Don El Faro Boutique Hotel & Spa
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Our bus to neuquen was good, despite the horrible food, which continued through to breakfast. The cama seats are so awesome and for only an extra $5 ish, so totally worth it. We arrived at 630 and we moved to where our net bus was to depart from.
An hour passed, then another, then another until finally at 10:15, our bus that was meant to leave at 745 arrived. The bus company "el rapido" should be called "el crapido" . We ...
Neuquen, an important commercial and agricultural centre, is a provincial capital on the confluence of two rivers. We chose to spend Easter Sunday here to break up a long journey as we made our way north. The city did not have any major draws but it was a good place to experience everyday Argentinian life, which on this Sunday included park ...
... and I think that could have saved him having a really bad injury. You wouldn’t believe what the hospital ER room looked like. It blew us away. They had a cheesy little curtain over the examining room and the sheet on the bed was threadbare. You could see right through it. This place is not a place I’d want to get sick in or have an awful injury
The rental car company called Ric********e of their employees to come ...
We spent Christmas with Nick, Connie, Sofi & Lucas, along with Connie's family: her three sisters & one brother, their partners and their children, all round at her parents' house. Traditionally, the big family celebration is on the night of Christmas ...
... licuado’, ‘zumo’, ‘refresco’ or even just ‘agua’. Venezuela was the worst for that, with uniquely different words for beans (caraota, not frijol), bananas (cambur), passion fruit (parchita, not maracuya), watermelon (patilla, not sandia)… all pronounced with an alarming staccato pace which took us ages to get used to.
Of course, what has held back our language learning most of all is that we are ...