Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Malargue

Dustville Argentina

A travel blog entry by skill77 on Sep 15, 2011

17 photos

... to the supermarket after lunch but the locals had different ideas so we burnt time sleeping in the local park waiting for everything to reopen. The main highlight of this day was the culinary delight that is a Lomito Completo. I ordered this not having an idea what it was but it was the find of the century. Its basically a steak sandwich featuring ham, cheese and a fried egg as special guests. It was absolutely enormous and ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

11 photos

... at ??????? and also fuel up. We drove around the town about 5 times before we could fid a petrol station. When we finally did find the petrol station they refused to serve us as they said we jumped the que. Then we realized that all the cars which appeared to be parked up the street were not actually parked but were standing in the queue for petrol.

At that I decided rather than wait a hour for petrol I would go and get something to drink as it was ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 19, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... tube is that the patch that we'd applied to the pinch holes had failed. Part of it had slipped and created a crease through which the air was escaping. We carefully cut and removed the portion that had slipped and then proceeded to use one of the 3" in diameter monster patches that the Gomero presumably uses to fix truck tires. At this point, given our track record, no patch could be too large to seal the tube.

We applied the glue, laid on the patch and used a patch roller ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 18, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... Fausto farewell as we'd taken enough of his time and sadly concluded that there was nothing more that he could do for us. At that point, we took stock. We had a 19" diameter front tube (the rear is 17") and we had two pressurized tire repair cannisters - the ones that inflate and seal a leaking tire. The tube was the wrong size and we had been reserving the cannisters as a last resort because in our experience they don't work all that well. in this case, however ...

In and out of Malargue in 24 hours

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands on Jan 08, 2011

7 photos

... We'd stopped to rest, after all we'd been lugging our rucksacks around all this time and we were shattered. Also, I'd barely slept in our last was sooo noisy in the end, we managed about 4 hours sleep a night for the past week since people seemed to be up and about chatting until 2 am, before stomping around and banging doors and finally going to bed. And then the noise started again at around 6 or 7am as people started to stir. The problems of being a light ...