Cala di Volpe Boutique Hotel
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... La Paz-Rurrenebaque and back, Ushuaia-Buenos Aires) · Top 5 adrenaline pumping activities: 1) White water rafting at Futeulafu 2) Downhill mountain biking on Death Road, Bolivia 3) Hydrospeeding in Pucon 4) Climbing up and sliding down Villarica volcano 5) Caving in Toro Toro, Bolivia · Number of visits to medical centre: 1 (Tim smashing elbow up on rocks in Colombia...) · Number of free walking tours taken: 10 · Top 5 free walking tours: 1) Medellin 2) La Paz ...
... to walk the 40 minute walk down 18 de Julio from the Plaza to Tres Cruces. It turned out to be a great decision. I got to people watch, and I got to take my time to see some pretty exciting architecture. Once I got to Tres Cruces, it took me about 15 minutes to figure out where I actually had to go to catch my bus to the airport. Once I figured out where to go, I luckily saw the airport bus pull up and I quickly got on it. At that point I was pretty tired, but was able ...
... of Marihuana.
After the tour we go to have the final shot of rabies vaccine, which we didn’t get done in London as we run out of time. And then we end up walking for a few hours in about 35 degrees for a few hours around the see front, which does indeed improves as you get away from the centre. Nonetheless we are really tired after this and a few times I don’t think we will really make it back to the hostel on foot, but somehow we manage. We cook dinner in ...
... to give the old town another try as we had heard there are normally lots of free museums open. We had woken up late though so it was a bit of a rush before our bus to Minas. Nacho at the hostel had recommended the 'Torres Garcia' museum so we headed there. This happened to be one of the museums that wasn't free but we had been looking for it for a while and we were there now so paid and went in anyway. Torres Garcia was a famous Uruguayan toy maker and artist who set up an ...
... Next was the England game which we watched in a bar and was intense but slightly disappointing although entertaining, especially when the physio was stretchered off for dislocating his ankle in a goal celebration haha! Although if was a Saturday night, the town was so quiet that we had an early night On Sunday we rented bicycles and cycled all the way along the promenade. The weather was lovely, ...