Break Point Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at a beautiful setting. The hot springs were great and there was even a water slide! It was the perfect place to see the sunset and relax in the different temperature pools, although the ice one was a bit of a shock to the system!
The next activity was a visit to a gaucho ranch for some horse riding. When we arrived at the farm there were some lessons taking place which I later found out to be riding for the disabled. It turns out ...
... to cling to the rocks falling with you. If you are afraid of death, be afraid. The point is to get with it, to let it take over–fear, ghosts, pains, transience, dissolution, and all. And then comes the hitherto unbelievable surprise: you don’t die because you were never born. You had just forgotten who you are.
All this comes much more easily with the collaboration of friends. When we are children, our other selves, our ...
... Hull. We have been spoilt by the Chilean climate and countryside! We were on our way to one of Argentina's most respected vineyards Catena Zapata. As is the norm with South American vineyards we drew up to another architectural marvel. In the middle of a plain surrounded by vines was an Aztec pyramid. Once inside we were sat inside a mini cinema for a five minute film about the history of the place. It was the ...
30 December 2014
Today we rent a car. Lucky us after 6 car rentals one car rental had just one car left over. Of course it was not the cheapest but at least we had one to get out of the hot city Mendoza. It was easy to get out of the city and we had planned to go to the mountains as it is cooler over there. We liked to make a loop so we head up to Potrerillos here a lot of water rafting is ongoing but to be honest the surrounding at the Rio Manzo is nicer so ...
... br> Well the plan was to break up our journey with a day out in the lovely city of Cordoba. Unfortunately we hadn't factored in that it was Sunday so most places of interest were closed or the fact that after spending 18 hours with no sleep on various buses the last thing we wanted to do was explore a busy city in the boiling sun. Thus most of our day was spent in the bus station which is what we shall concentrate on.
Cordoba has an amazing bus ...