Estancia El Ombu de Areco
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Com ja va dir ahir l'Elena, la nostra experičncia a l’Estāncia La Porteņa estā centrada en esquivar els mosquits, menjar 5 āpats al dia, muntar a cavall i entendre els costums gauchos.
Pel que fa als mosquits, anem prācticament banyats de "OFF" i no se si ja ens hi hem acostumat o quč, perō sembla que n’hi ha menys cada dia. Com que surt el sol i fa calor, els mosquits se´n van a un altre lloc. N’hi ha ...
... didn’t bother them so much as they where smothered in dirt.
It bothered the horses out in the pasture very much though. They were constantly tossing themselves on the floor and rolling hysterically on the grass to kill or frighten away the mosquitoes. Quite a show.
Before having dinner, we had a second attempt at horse-riding but this time though the forest. Everything was going swell. The ...
... host who clings on for dear life. The aim is for the rider to stay on the horse until the sound of the bell at which point, if he has succeeded in remaining mounted, he is promptly rescued and lifted off by two of his fellow compadres. All the riders were decked up in true Gaucho attire, from the ponchos to the berets, and you would almost feel like you had been teleported back in time if it weren’t for the stereotypically Spanish ...
... campsites that weren't campsites. By now we were a little desperate as it was getting dark and we were very tired. We eventually got to a little town called San Nicolas de los Arroyas, with a campsite listed on the GPS . We got there, and it definitely wasn't a campsite. It was another sports facility... But the man in charge was just fantastic. He said that we could stay there, introduced us to all his workers (2 lifeguards, a nurse, the night-watchman and various others) ...
... by lunch – a continual stream of food (despite our worries it would stop at the first dish: a deep dish of melted cheese). The carnivorous Aussie family who've come for the day are mercifully hidden round the other side of the house to enjoy their meatfest.
We mooch around, have tea (when Marco, abandoned by his wife, remembers) and then head back to the big smoke in a cab.