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Chile’s Wine Country

The best gin and tonic I’ve ever had was in Santiago, Chile.

 

It wasn’t that special (Hendrick’s and Fever Tree), but after more than a week of wine for breakfast, lunch, happy hour, and dinner, it tasted like springtime.

 

It surprised us to know you can get tired of wine. Of course, it was momentary. After the gin, we had wine with dinner.

 

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Peru

Land of gods and guinea pigs

 

Lima is not our favorite city. In fact, it’s probably in the bottom five of our list.

Or bottom two.

But Lima was start of another “once-in-a-lifetime” trip, so we made the most of it. We walked the parks and the neighborhood of Miraflores. We ate at several incredible Gaston Acurio restaurants. We tried (and, thankfully, succeeded) not to get robbed or have our cell phones ripped from our hands while riding in cabs.  And we left within 30 hours.

 

Success.

 

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Argentina

From meat to mountains to Malbec, from cloud forests to colorful canyons, from leather to lakes to landscapes, Argentina is a series of beautiful and complicated contrasts.

 

Like that alliteration?

 

Okay, enough with the travel-brochure crap.

 

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