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

Sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 05, 2014



Wanted to charge for an extra cup of black coffee, money-grabbing yet again – will get ripped off for a decent cup at the terminal in a bit. Just whipped out to the bakery for ingredients for today's lunch, on yet another bus!

Found out the opposite of a "lomo" (speed bump) is a “baden” (dip, dip, dip!!?), so a bumpy road is “lomado” and one with ...

Malargue - Caving and Skiing

A travel blog entry by wheresktandmatt on Jul 20, 2011

14 photos

... was in Spanish with a few attempts at English. Not sure whether he was capable of more or not. The route in the cave took us through some pretty narrow spaces and we were at the back on the way in. It wasn’t like a cave at home, we walked over stalagmites that were all rounded off from the wear and tear. He placed torches on some to light them up. Not so much interest in conservation here. But the most important thing was we got out alive, which ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

11 photos

... turned back to rough bumpy stones and sand!! It was another hell road indeed!! There was a lot of construction work going on and it must have been shift change as van after van was just racing along this dirt road and covering me in dust and stones, it was just terrible indeed!!

However bad this road was I still stopped loads along the way and took photos of the wonderful scenery. There was goats and horses as well as donkeys all along the road so ...

El Finale

A travel blog entry by sanza on Jan 25, 2011

1 comment

... has been hard to do. At this stage I have come to the conclusion that it is simply no fair to keep you checking the blog when I am not writing so am basically going slow it down. If you are interested I will post from time to time so check if you can. Furthermore my partner in crime, Joe, has a blog at www.panamericatravels.blogspot.com which I am sort of helping with and is worth a look at. But for now here is one more article... I ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 18, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... again bid farewell to Fausto and his wife, re-mounted the rear wheel and were on our way again.


10KM later the tire was flat again. Claudio had stopped to wait for me and wasn't even aware until I pointed to the rear wheel. We gave the second repair cannister a shot, but to no avail. The tube would not hold air. At this point we were both feeling pretty defeated. We gathered ourselves and considered our options. We knew that there was a town ...