Hotel Carlos Gardel
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The last three days have been spent with all of us recovering from hacking coughs, sore throats, stuffed heads and probably mild fevers, all the while medicating ourselves well enough to thoroughly enjoy our stay at Estancia Panagea in the very north of Uruguay. The 2400 acre estancia is a working ranch five hours north of Montevideo and only 100 kilometers south of the Brazilian border. Panagea, sitting in the heart of gaucho (cowboy) country, is ...
... this B & B is primarily meant for parrillas, or barbecued meat, with no oven nor pots or pans, only a grill. So, our challenge was to shop for and cook a vegetarian dinner using only a microwave. The closest grocery store to our place in Montevideo is small, with little variety, especially in the produce department. Despite these challenges, we managed to make a wonderful meal of stuffed potatoes with cheese and pesto, salad, and good wine, beer and ...
... group had
made it to the final. We all went along to support them. They all did
well but the winner was our tour guide, Jesus. He was a natural in the
Cha-Cha and got a standing ovation at the end with a perfect score from
the judges. Kenn and Peta were the runners up so a clean sweep for
The 28th was another full day at sea. On board ship the main occupation seems to be eating and drinking. We had a quiet ...
... hats, leather goods, mate cups and giant meat filled outdoor parilla grills this turned out to be a culture shocking mix of a trade show and outdoor concert. Throw in the fact that everyone walking around looked liked they just rode in on a horse and memories of "Walking Dead" Tacuarembo quickly faded away. With the rain being the only down point, this night left us wishing we had arrived in Tacu earlier to enjoy some of the daytime events and atmosphere.
... boots, belts and hats then lay down and pretend to sleep next to their horse. On a signal it was a competition to see which gaucho would be the first to tack up, re-dress and ride to the other end of the coral. A couple did not tack up correctly and were bucked off! I spent all day wandering around watching the gauchos tend to their ...