Estancia Turistica Don Miguel
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There are always those moments in life that make you pause and think "Wow I am really here?" This morning I found myself milking cows and making cheese in the middle of a thunderstorm after walking some goats near the small town of Cufre, Uruguay. Moments like these are what give meaning to life and I have broadened my perspective immensely in the last week. We are staying at Estancia Don Miguel, an ecotourism establishment which includes ...
... them drinking it whilst doing all sorts of daily activities. We have noticed that there are a lot more scooters in Uruguay, than in the other countries we have been to on this trip, which reminds us more of Asia. There were also lots of cyclists on the road today and we were quite shocked to see that we were weren't going that much slower than they were, even though they were on road bikes. Everyone has continued to be friendly and have a welcoming ...
We awoke to a shroud of mist covering the river and the surrounding countryside. It was beautiful and picturesque, as the land on the opposite side of the river was invisible to us and hidden behind a veil of white cloud. I busied myself whilst the water was boiling on the camp stove, and took lots of photos of the mist covered river and the silhouetted trees. Kory was putting the sleeping gear away and awaiting a fresh coffee, before he wanted to emerge from the ...
... Colonia, Uruguay was like to live it!
First things first however before I get into our trip...Lunch! That was the very first thing we did which was good because by that time everyone was "starving." The food was delicious and afterwood we had the option either to take the offered free tour on the bus, or to go off on your own. I chose the tour because you can get around to more places that way, and we had the guides with us who knew more ...
... the local bar and on the beach while also mucking around with fireworks. Perfect!
While we were in Mexico we ran into another Aussie couple who recommended we check out a horse ranch called 'El Galope' (The Gallop) that they had really enjoyed while in Uruguay, so this was our next stop. It is located near an old Swiss and Germany colony in a beautiful part of Uruguay. We spent a few days there riding bikes, helping feed and brush the horses and just relaxing ...