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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The importance of being grateful – Mendoza edition
- Sunset views while driving to our hotel in Tunuyan, the newest wine region in Mendoza
- Arriving safely to said hotel, which required asking for directions (with nothing but a few Spanish words, hand gestures and pointing) and navigating the Argentinian countryside at night …
... toward us…but she was coupled with a guide and in full control this time.
We then hiked to the top of a very high hill and launched back across the River to the other side. A great and invigorating experience. The guides were great and one guy was actually a Telemark ski instructor so we talked allot about free heal skiing etc..we even had the same skis. Really weird.
... with the new predicaments which they bring with them. A successful college president once complained to me, “I’m so busy that I’m going to have to get a helicopter!” “Well,” I answered, “You’ll be ahead so long as you’re the only president who has one. But don’t get it. Everyone will expect more out of you.”
Technical progress is certainly impressive from the ...
... tent etc. whilst leaving one hand free to carry their mate cup! We even witnessed a cab driver hand his mate cup around the cab we were sharing with a pair of Argentinian girls- they didn't hesitate to drink from it so subsequently neither did we! It was quite nice for the record- kind of like a more fragrant black English tea.
Talking of nice drinks, Mendoza is famous for its exceptional wine and 70% of the quality wines in South America originate here. It's such ...
... of 8.5.
Upon advice from the hermano mayor, we decided to spend a few days around Northern Argentina in the towns of Tilcara and Purmumarca for some relaxed walks and decent reds from the nearby wine region of Cafayate. There isn`t a huge amount to say with both towns being extremely small and very much advocates of the afternoon siesta (13:00 - 17:00) which saw them become ghost towns each afternoon. In Tilcara we enjoyed our ...