ARRIVING in Buenos Aires, you could be forgiven for thinking you were still in Europe. Graceful parks, apartment blocks and boulevards, the bustling citizens chasing style – you might be in Paris or Milan. Continue reading “Buenos Aires: A life of style”
SIT IN ONE of the many quiet squares of Mendoza and you feel a long way from anywhere.
Although it’s not the prettiest of towns – there are one or two bustling avenues of anonymous shops, vibrant with identikit Internet cafés, and a few interesting colonial churches and municipal buildings – the land around it stretches out for miles. Continue reading “Mendoza: Wine from the Andes”