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... a Tylenol. With every bite and every glance at the guts on my plate, I felt ill. I was not going to be a gagger, I just wasn't. I eventually succeeded in downing an entire half rope of ripe tripe. The minute I reached the point of polite fullness, I pushed the intestines as far away as humanly possible and stared at the dog, who had curled closer to my feet as if sensing my own intestinal distress. The guts troubled my guts for the rest of the day. I felt pukey ...
... the official dollar rate not the blue dollar rate. But what I also noticed in Chile is the online rate is sometimes 17% higher than in person, as it is the percentage (the deposit) that hostelworld make off every booking. Furthermore on hostelworld you always pay in US$, and they're conversion rate isn't quite as sweet as shown on XE. Generally I don't have a problem just rolling up (assuming you can get the directions, sometimes these are ...
... and move the flights back by a few hours and pay the difference. Stupid public holiday messing with my perfectly laid out plans. We wake up for our tour and it's bucketing with rain. Neither of us really wants to do it in bad weather, so we reschedule for the following day. Which turns out to be much better. The tour is basically a 1hr boat ride right up the guts of the river and effectively into the falls. We get saturated, but it's absolutely phenomenal. The sheer force and ...
... town. With our new found love of Onsen from Japan, we figured we have to try the Argentine variety, plus this one is co-ed, so bathing suits it is. The drive was pretty dull at first causing me to slip into a deep slumber, when I awoke several minutes later, I was greeted with massive desert like mountains and sharp rocky valleys. Confused, Kim laughed and told me she figured that would happen, as they really did seem to come from nowhere.
... it, looking forward to that Malbec. All ten wines were sunk within half an hour, we couldn't escape fast enough. Feeling pretty lightheaded, I thought best to wear the helmet for the next leg of the cycle. Before we reached the next drinkery, we had a man down. David was playing mechanic with another group and when they finally caught us up our circle had grown to seven. Tour or just drinks? Opting to skip the tour, at the next winery, our international clique bought three wines ...