La Posta B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... bbq. This is a lengthy affair, using wood and the embers to cook the amazing meat really slowly for a few hours and involves eating a crazy amount of meat around midnight! Delicious! After hanging around northern Argentina, I left Matt and Rita and headed towards Iguazu falls on the borders of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay, a really tropical humid area with a beautiful national park and one of the most incredible waterfalls in the world. It had been raining a fair bit up to ...
... Tomorrow we have an early start for our flight to Ushuaia (pronounced oo-swaya) in southern Argentina where we will board the MV National Geographic, our home for the next eight days.
The Lindblad literature assures us there is satellite internet access on the ship and I hope to keep you up to date. Please bear with me if I cannot put up daily posts. Good-bye for ...
... a challenge as the camera refused to work if the screen was wet, so we team efforted it with Becca wiping the lens as I clicked away, eventually managing to get a passable photo. Little did we know, this would be the beginning of a beautiful friendship... We watched the rainbows and the receding sun virtually alone, until the freezing spray got too much and we headed for the less exposed observatory. Eventually, we were forced to head back for the last bus before the park shut. A ...
... or so I have heard.
Tango shows and other theatrical experiences are not in short supply either. One show,was so spectacular I decided to go twice. Fuerza Bruta was its name. I'll refrain from divulging too much information. Firstly because I actually have no idea how to describe the show and secondly I would hate to give anything away should you one day have the fortune of seeing it yourself. I have added some photos which may give you ...
... museum is located on a big old school 1800's ship with sails that looked very much like it might set sail any day now. Of course it was closed due to rain- as we were informed by the guys on the boat when we started onto the gangplank. 0 for 2 museums so we hit the restaurant behind us which had a buffet of medium quality food and a host from California who had been working there a few weeks. The restaurant changed some US$ for us at ...