Estancia 440, Bed and Breakfast boutique
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... very often less than that) flew by in a flurry of weeds, paintbrushes, good conversation and sunshine. The view was unbeatable and there were some magical farm moments, three piglets chasing their mother down the road, being woken by a rooster every morning, two oxen with their yoke going down the road, hitching free rides to town in ute trays... It was the #farmlyfe that was the challenge. For a start, living conditions were a bit different to what we were ...
... cut down for agriculture or replaced with imported foreign species used for forestry. This area is therefore a rarity. Felipe takes us for a walk for an hour or so. It is dense like a tropical rainforest and we squeeze along a tiny path made through the vegetation. A lovely experience.
Time for lunch. There are five of us. Kathleen, me, Felipe, the farm owner Silvio and his three year old son. It is fabulous home cooked fare. Little appetisers made from eggs from the ...
... s another set of rapids with no surface rocks where punters are allowed to jump in and float through the rapids in the water instead of on the boat. Vin goes for it but mishears Mattieus (“eyes open, mouth closed” is interpreted as “mouth open, nose closed”) and ends up swallowing a fair bit of the river! However, the rapids are interspersed with some calmer sections, where we can relax a little and enjoy the scenery – and unbelievably ...
... kind of activity around 3 like knot tying one day, a movie (we saw the James Bond Skyfall movie and March of the Penguins)), dinner, and on the last night bingo and dancing. I realized why they had so many activities after the first day in. The weather was not good. It was foggy and rainy and you couldn't see any of the incredible scenery and marine life we were all hoping for. We did get to see some seals swimming alongside the ferry, condors, a glacier, and some of the ...
... anywhere in the park, and only gas in the designated areas at camps as there was a huge fire caused by someone burning toilet paper, which the wind caught and set alight near by trees. In total, 7% of the park was completely burned down, and area of about 14,000 hectares.
Day 4: Up early, we packed up our stuff and walked 2 hours to Camp Italiano. Leaving the packs behind we walked up ´The French Valley´ which equates to the middle bit of the W. Another ...