Mendoza – happiness is a new dish towel

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  1. ciao Sheryl, ciao Jeff! we are always very happy to read about your adventure in Argentina! you are so agreeable in telling your mishaps that you look like a real story teller as Chatwin for instance! you always make us laugh.
    all the best to you!
    with love

  2. Ciao Roberta, it’s great to hear from you! I wish I had had a blog when we lived in Italy. That would have been so fun. A big kiss and hug!

    1. I’m pretty psyched to see them. Jeff went on a bike ride today and rode through vineyards with views of the Andes. I’m so bummed he didn’t have his camera with him.

  3. I wasn’t aware that you can rent furnished ‘tourist’ apartment in Argentina by day! That sounds like something we definitely would want to do (note to self: shoot Sheryl an email about this soon).

    Anyway, good luck with your hunt for absorbent dish towels! Worst case scenario you can use old tshirts, no? 🙂

    1. Today is day 3 of the dish towel hunt. 🙂 Yes, old t-shirts work very well. Email me when you get to Argentina. We’ve stayed in some great places that are more expensive than hostels, but cheaper than hotels. When you can cook your own food it seems to pay for itself.

  4. and, i’m the ass laughing outloud in the lima airport. i blame you. good luck. think of where you would be if you were a dishtowel, and then think of the exact opposite place. go to the latter. if i’ve learned anything, that should work.

  5. Frankie and I only stayed one month before we actually rented a long term apartment and just furnished it. We work from home so we got a 2 br and got a great deal, but we had our heads set on staying one year and do the whole Vendimia thing. Now we want to stay one more month and they had no problem with a month to month, now that they ‘trust’ us LOL.

    1. That’s good to know. I keep hearing how you need a 2 year lease for an unfurnished apartment and that you need to supply your own appliances.

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