La Becasina Delta Lodge
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... of wineries in the Tucuman-Salta area and we usually ordered a bottle of local wine for dinner. I found many of these wines to be quite drinkable, but - to my taste - I never found anything very spectacular or comparable to the best California or European wines. The Argentine taste seems to be toward the Malbec variety and blends thereof, which I find rather stringent tasting.
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We noticed that everywhere in Argentina, people were ...
... the ground to house the remains of families.
The Duarte family’s mausoleum is conservative relative to its neighbours. There is a plaque on the front wall in memory of Eva Perón but it does not stand out. Nevertheless mourners still visit, and leave flowers for Eva in the mausoleum’s gate.
From the Cementerio de la Recoleta we visited the Plaza ...
... El Shaddei hostel. Got a great room, along with a pool and cracking breakfast - even better as it was the cheapest place we'd stayed in Brazil, only £10 a night each. Rebecca was flagging at this point, broken by the very unprincessly experience of long-distance coach travel. We put her out in the sun (it's very hot and sunny here) and gave her a Coca Cola in the hope this would bring her back into the land of the living! Foz felt very quiet and suburbany but maybe that was ...
... on ostentation and snobbery. With lots of money, the wealthy Porteños decided that they would fashion their city to look like Paris. The Spanish-style houses were demolished and replaced with ornate, baroque mansions. Later, when impoverished immigrants began to pour into the city, the wealthy abandoned their mansions in the tainted San Telmo and Monserrat and emmigrated to the now outskirting districts of Recoleta and Palermo. San Telmo is cluttered ...
... and questioning how much time we wanted to spend on this particular river island.
We spent eight days on the river in all, and managed to enjoy the small things- parrots in the trees, different boats passing by, cheap beer, decent food, and particularly puzzling people gave the river an oddly magical appeal. However, after eight days we were ready to move on, heading back to Buenos Aires for some clean water, clarity, and new horizons.