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After a couple of days filled with wine-tasting and partying, it was about time to have a couple of days of wine-tasting and partying and horseback riding. A long drive took the gang from the wine region of Cafayate to the cattle-filled hills of the Pampas, many hundred green miles. Rio Ceballos, and the ranch of Kevin welcomed us with open arms and an abundance of wine, as had been done for Drago passengers for fifteen years.
An Argentinian of Scottish ...
... the town - the mountain Cerro Uritorco. There were two dogs, one from the hostel and one his street friend, that came with us the entire way, having woken up an entire village of dogs on route! We met an eccentric old man who lived in London for year in '75 and who's brother lives in the mountain. The view was stunning and although some parts were incredibly difficult we made it to the top and back with no dramas just already aching legs! The town is a local UFO hotspot ...
... t fit and it seems a bit dangerous. It also feels like we are not alone here. I canīt describe it properly but when the breeze is blowing between these huge rocks towering above us it has a very eerie feel. We eat our picnic lunch on a rock near the crevice we backed out of. A couple try to get up there, the guy succeeds in reaching the top. He tells us the signs up top say that itīs dangerous.
After our lunch we find a sunny spot by the river to ...
... we chilled out for the afternoon then went off to find our bearings... capilla has only a few tarmaced roads, like being back in Peru, so it takes a while to get anywhere , the tracks are bumpy full of large stones/rocks and uneven... we did find the town and it is quite cute with most of what you may need.. the obligatory plaza and two supermarcado s and a very popular food mall all covered in from the heat of ...
... making chocolate, liquors and preserves. Cycling around vineyards set on a backdrop of mountains, in the sunshine, sampling food and drink from the very place they are produced: what a perfectly indulgent way to spend a day.
Then a six hour bus ride through stunning mountain scenery, across into Chile, to Santiago, where Steve would be joining me after three months apart. The experiences and reflections of a solo traveller come to an end, yet now the holiday ...
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