La Casa De Estela

Address: Lucrecia de Villalba 486, La Cumbre, Province of Cordoba, Central Argentina, 5178, Argentina | B&B
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This B&B, located on Lucrecia de Villalba 486, La Cumbre, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from La Cumbre

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A travel blog entry by philandmups on May 10, 2014

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... horsemanship we were told to position ourselves amongst the course vegetation to stop any cattle passing us as Daniel galloped up and down trying to direct the free-spirited animals. Not only did we not fall off, I like to think we might actually have helped. A bit. Yeeha! We returned, a little saddle-sore, in the dark and ready for a hot shower. There we saw a car outside the house. A taxi. Another guest! We hobbled over to introduce ourselves in the dark only ...

Andy Hediger and La Cumbre

A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Apr 03, 2012

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... miles to the north and I should go there to visit instead staying in Cordoba and looking at my Bike he also said he would not recommend cycling into Gordoba since the poor suburbs where crime Laden and maybee somebody would try to get my Bike.
Of course I went and after Landing in SACC 's Gras strip was greeted by Andy , Lilian his wife Children and Staff members which all where curious about where this little red Bird was coming from.
After introduction Andy offered me to put ...

Day 25

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 24, 2011

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... interior and exterior of the building. That said, it still retains a certain degree of elegance and for Claudio and I it offered a perfect base for our stay in La Cumbre.

Our ride today was a clockwise loop to the west. We started by heading south about 20 KM to the town of La Falda before heading west into the hills. We were about 50 KM into a 90 KM stretch of dirt road when Fausto struck again!!! ...

More Monkey Business

A travel blog entry by chrisswill on Jan 21, 2011

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... the monkeys but had been through the same feelings as me during her first stint. She certainly made it easier for me.

Apart from not being able to understand instructions, not being able to learn more about the monkeys and know what was actually happening around me was very frustrating. I made the decision that I will definitely volunteer somewhere else but either my Spanish needs to improve or the place needs to be English-speaking. I ...

Monkeys Chewing My Hair

A travel blog entry by chrisswill on Jan 04, 2011

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... climbed into my arms when I approached her. It was great being able to interact with her like that. Most of the monkeys are released into the forest and do not have any human contact but some have been pets for so long they cannot be released.

I thought I’d got away with a lazy day hanging out with the babies and Camilla (the monkey), but then I had to walk a few kilometres and move some massive cages with 3 ...

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