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... in History of the Spanish Language with Kimi Schulte at Exeter, but they would not have it. It was seven of them against one of me. Imagine my smug face when I sent them all the link to the Wikipedia page entitled 'Ceceo', which absolutely confirmed my point. Harry is always right, and the sooner people learn this, the happier they will become.
Sorry to waste a paragraph on that, but it really wound me up. You know how I don't back down in arguments... As it ...
... late, the seating area was dirty, fixtures were broken or faulty. However most disappointing was the restricted view from our seats. Andrew had carefully selected front row seats with a large front window on the top of a double decker bus that normally provides great views. On Andesmar the front window was obscured with black mesh, so you couldn't see out. Great!
Despite this the journey to and over the Andes through Parque Nacional Puyehue was spectacular. The bus wove up ...
... mid-afternoon, we had come to Cipolletti which is the heart of apple growing country. At General Roca we turned north on Ruta 6, the drive was none eventful until we reached a large dam across the Rio Colorado which is used to irrigate the surrounding farm land and produce hydroelectricity. We continued driving on to Pellegrini were we spent the night at a cute little road side hotel.
The next day we enjoy our traditional Argentinean breakfast of a croissant with ‘dulce ...
... town and went for an ice cream at a place called Rapa Nui Chocolates. It had been recommended to me by a few people, and for good reason. The ice cream was amazing! I had a scoop of hazelnut chocolate, and a scoop of cappuccino. Both were delicious.
I headed over to the bus terminal at about 4pm and caught my bus to Esquel at 5pm. I don’t know how I got so unlucky, but the bus was full of kids, ...
... of Llao Llao and headed off for our morning tour with local guide Lucia. We were scheduled to take a chairlift ride but the 34-degrees, the wind, the snow and the open air lift would make for a pretty miserable “wind chill factor”, causing the Tauck folks to make the call to cancel. Bummer.
We toured the area, with our guide pointing out the “lambs” on the water (white caps).
Patagonia has the lowest elevation of all ...