Hotel Los Cerezos
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... directors in Bolivia, and to people in Latin American organisations related to my fundraising work. So I decided to enroll at the Mariposa Eco School ( The Butterfly School).
I chewed on the decision for days.
Real adventure versus real improvement in my Spanish?
The Eco School offers interesting field trips three afternoon a week, and at weekends . I'll post their website ...
... Even in this remote spot there's someone working in a small orchard, but we don't see any other walkers at this stage.
The day has warmed up a bit as we reach Puerto Blanquillo at 1200m, then there's another half hour ascent to the higher pass, the Puerto de Competa at 1400m. You can't see Lucero yet, but the view backwards towards Maroma is beginning to open out.
Here, unfortunately, there's a section of descent, wasting some ...
... cost us like 5Euros each, it was so good that we walked out with food babies.
It's been less than 3hours sleep 2 nights in a row for Alistair(I looked like a junkie nodding off on the bus, when there was nothing to look @ it), which would mean even less for Renee (she is a lighter sleeper than her hubby). So we went home and went to bed early, 10:30-11.
continue to journey to the moon kids until I get back,
Al over and ...
... for nearly an hour. Steve made the mistake of wearing shorts, cold but it would be worth it. NOPE! Fully booked and no way to get around it...except, to stand in line at around 6:30 am the day of...when it would still be dark and the rain was not letting up! Not wanting to waste the rest of the day, we went out for some tapas. Steve and I are not huge seafood fans and shy away from 'strange' meats so we asked around for the best spot. We popped into ...
... provolone, and canape solomillo buey. The assorted croquetas were good. My family did not think so. In particular, they did not like the one that had blood sausage as one of the ingredients. The provolone was served hot, melted over tomato slices and topped with olive oil. It was served with toasted bread. The canape was a small piece of beef served on a piece of bread. I thought it was all very good. For ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility