Estancia Santa Ines

Ruta 105 km 8,5, Posadas, Province of Misiones, Litoral, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B is located on Ruta 105 km 8,5, Posadas.
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    Travel Blogs from Posadas

    Encarnacíon: sun, beach and a bit of history

    A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 24, 2013

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    ... at the same time due to being able to mix with the locals. The landscape is very scenic and there are things to see which I didn't have time to do. The people are also very lovely and friendly. So from Encarnacíon I got a bus over the bridge to the bit of Argentina I could see over the river called Posades. There I had to wait 5 hours for my night bus at 2am. I could have gone earlier but didn't fancy paying for an extra night accommodation and arriving at 1am so I waited most ...

    First unsupervised border crossing

    A travel blog entry by abiandkayleigh on Sep 17, 2013

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    ... in so far, freezing water, unhelpful staff, **** breakfast, dirty, just not good. So we booked a bus to take us to Salta. Before we left we wandered around through the town, you can cross a bridge to get to Paraguay so we went to the waterfront to see Paraguay. Went to a market but it was full of tat, there is apparantly and paraguayan market selling crafts and tat most likely, but we missed it off. ...

    San Ignacio- Land of the Missions

    A travel blog entry by travellerlp on Nov 25, 2012

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    ... the sun. I feel as though my skin is burning off just walking a bit. The red, dusty roads seem to amplify it and I was always running for the shade. We reach the area near the mission and are greeted by more than five full size tourist buses and plenty of open restaurants. Chicken and fries it is!

    Later that night we walk back to the Mission to see the light show. It was much better than I expected with the history between the Guarani ...

    La Garganta del Diablo

    A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 26, 2012

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    ... a lot less people to deal with.

    Easton and I, hand in hand, hiked through the entire park through an amazing storm. The place is amazing, this is something that everyone should see in their lifetime. I will come back to this place. Iguazu falls is by far the most beautiful, amazing and powerful place I have ever been. On the Argentinian side there is a lot more to see, if you can only go to one of the sides.

    While in the "upper trail" Easton and ...

    A Little Trinidad

    A travel blog entry by caitlin_rose on Sep 07, 2012

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    Encarnacion was a bit of a fling. One night to see the Jesuit ruins of Trinidad and a night bus back to Asuncion. The ruins them selves were surprisingly extensive, and even more surprising they reminded me of Anker Watt (Cambodia), perhaps it was the muggy tropical air. The dark red foundations were mostly sturdy and think outlining the square solid rooms that made ...