One of our favourite wines of this trip. The lip smackingly tasty, and eminently drinkable Mt Difficulty. It also happens to have a most apt name. Not least because we’ve not long climbed past the actual peaks, Mt. Awful and Mt. Dreadful :) When we get home ( and I have some money ) I’ll be ordering a crate or two of these!
We were out on the raz late. A bit of a blur. There was some dancing. Not all together intentionally. And many more beers squeezed in on top of the large amount of beefy meat already consumed. The hangover that followed was of an equally devastating magnitude. And deservedly so :)
Not knowing much about the local wines, all I have to go on is the name. The name of this tipple pushed all the right buttons and it didn’t disappoint. My bank manager won’t be too happy about us ordering the second bottle, but my taste buds definitely were :) If anyone back home wants to try it out, you can get it in the UK from here.
For dinner tonight, we went back to Flame Bar & Grill, I couldn’t even bring myself to take a picture of my hugely disappointing steak this time around. It came in two parts, what the hell is that all about? A big steak is not the same as two small steaks, even if the total weight is the same.. Shame on you Flame Bar & Grill, you need to find a source of bigger cows!
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