Molino la Tebaida
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and I bought them a bunch of crackers and biscuits which we'd been snacking on all week and a huge tub of dulce de leche to replenish their stocks. We also took a drill and etched into each one the date of our trip and a picture of a tooth, haha, to forever remember our time at the hospital. On a side note, I think I'm now head over heels addicted to dulce de leche- it's not my fault they put this ...
... my observations. I quietly watch like a cat waiting for its prey and I enjoy it. I enjoy sharing this on paper and I enjoy reading other tango blogs and books, movies. It is all there. Yet, each of us expresses it in various ways. And that is something we can all learn from. Have our own way.
There is a pure happiness involved. It is my shot of the “I feel good” feeling. When I have a blissful tanda like yesterday I had one of my very favourite ...
... cost us £8 each and included ribs, sausages, some very tender meat and to Jim's disgust; black pudding. It was also served with sweet potatoes and a whole bundle of roasted veg. The dog knew what he was doing - it was delicious but there was no way I could eat that much! The next day we got up in time for breakfast and found pancakes and medialunas (Argentinean croissants)as well as the obligatory bread and dulce de leche. After some indecision we ...
... class and, as they didn't point and laugh for too long, we went for beers after and have hung out quite a lot since. Despite what I've always said about Americans *shakes his fist in anger*, they are both incredibly nice. If you close your eyes and imagine what someone from California would look like, then that's Mateo. Damn those perfect, straight white teeth.
R: Once school was finally over we were able to make the most of being out near the ...
... back to Mendoza. We made a stop at the ice cream shop once back in city to complete the day of indulgences before heading back to the hostel.
The following day was our last full day in Argentina and after a few attempts on the trip, Sean was finally going paragliding. He set off at 11am. Alexa had decided to give it a miss so relaxed at the hostel for the morning. The launch site for the flight was located on the surrounding mountains, with great views ...