El Colibri - Estancia de Charme
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Today we arrived at our hostel to find an older Canadian guy running the show, and it turned out he knew less Spanish than us. Unfortunately we were unable to check in so we had to dump our bags and find something to do. We didn't want to go far so first we headed out for breakfast and found a great little spot down the road. We then found the large park at the end of the road. The first part we came to was a skating rink and an area for yet more homeless people to ...
Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina. It was quite strange being back in a proper city again. After leaving the piece and quiet of the estancia, it was a big change. We did t really get up to much, people were happy just to wander. We went for an amazing dinner at an Italian restaurant called La mamma. It was pricey for pasta in Argentina, but it was very good. Next day was an early start, 5:30am. We are on our way to ...
I know I mentioned before, my dislike of cats......did I mention that I'm allergic to them??.....well, it turns out that I'm also allergic to horses.......something I only learned on the day!! I also was slightly concerned that I was not dressed appropriately......leggings and converse do NOT cut it when you're trekking through the wilderness - I'd like to mention that I did actually check this with the social coordinator and she said I'd be ...
... brought up a quote he had heard in his travels, “You can’t plan a good time, it just happens.” Its brevity and simplicity resonated with me. I think it is largely true. However, the more I travel, the more I learn that good times occur more frequently when one is continually open to new experiences. That continual openness is probably the hardest part of being away from home. It is exhausting and fearful, but if you stay with it, who knows, good times might just ...
... to my grandstand seat – a perfect central seat, 18 rows from the front, in a stadium of 33,000. It quickly became apparent that I had been put in gringo grandstand as about half of the people around me were foreigners, mostly Americans attending their first ever football match (suddenly, I was an expert on the game, answering all their questions). We chatted, commenting on the number of small children here for a 10pm match, and kept looking over at ...