Estancia Santa Ines

Address: 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

    San Ignacio and Saltos del Mocona

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on May 16, 2014

    38 photos

    ... guy wasn't at the ticket booth and we missed the bus to Santa Ana and so we decided to head back to the hostel and chill out there for a while. On our way we ran into Virginia a lovely French girl form our hostel in BA. So we grabbed some beers and sat out by the pool chatting away. For the third out of four nights here we got choripan from the man in the street, Carlos. Today he sliced off some roast beef and added it to the bun. So good! Muy ...

    This trip is not quite ruins....

    A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 14, 2013

    8 photos

    ... became more direct with two of the schools. Firstly, San Andres, have expressed an interest and need for an English Primary Teacher and so we spoke at length about the possibilities of working there. And The Lumen school, which is where my friendīs sons study. A relatively new school, expanding by a year group each year. Initially Lumen spoke about offering me a role as Part-time maths teacher and part-time performing arts teacher, the maths being in school time and ...


    A travel blog entry by fsorbie on Sep 19, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Very nice lady i sat with, we were talkig the whole time, was good to speak a bit myself instead of just nodding the whole time, I need to practice more was my main conclusion :-). Finally the bus arrived, was over full and everybody had to get off at the argentinian border (except the lady i met, coz she just had a new knee prosthesis), and only i had to get out at the paraguayan border. The bus didnt wait.. ...

    Mission impossible (theme tune)

    A travel blog entry by andyandott on Nov 02, 2012

    4 photos

    ... and mixed their own influences with European ones. This puts me in mind of Willy Wonka rescuing all the oompa-loompas from starvation and giving them all the coacoa beans they could eat. They loved a song! (possibly a bit racist) The film The mission was based on this period in history. The missions were running for a century and a half and there were many. I am sure it had Robert De Niro was one of the random vhs videos we had on the shelf growing ...

    La Garganta del Diablo

    A travel blog entry by arango on Oct 26, 2012

    27 photos

    ... 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 ...