San Pedro de Timote
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We have been at Isla Verde now for nearly seven months and things are coming to an end. The harvesting season has been fruitful and plentiful. We have harvested everything from peaches, pecans, pomegranates, to figs, almonds, arasa, and just recently olives. We have learned much more than we had ever expected about sustainability and are proud to say we have be a part of this impressive permaculture project. Here are some new and some old photos of our time here on the ...
Montivideo, a port city tucked between Argentina and Brazil. There is a healthy competition between all 3 countries!! Especially in soccer (they and the Brits call it football). Doug asked about safety as compared to northern South America. We were told it is the drugs in the north that hasn't affected the south. Montevideo is the nation's capitol. It, like Buenos Aires, is very much ...
Today we had our brekky delivered to our room - Tom's come down with a sudden, very bad head cold, so this made it easier to be ready for our 8.30 start on our Montevideo Highlights tour. We went to several parks, saw their important parliament buildings, their important statues and their exclusive beachside suburbs. Montevideo and Buenos Aires are both situated on the banks of a huge delta where ...
I have been in Montevideo for a week now and so far I have loved every minute! The university has been so welcoming and the Uruguayans are so friendly!! This will only be a short blog because I have classes in half an hour but I thought I would tell you a little bit about what I have been up to!
The city is really lovely - and so different from Sao Paulo! It seems like a more relaxed lifestyle and of course it is considerably smaller! There is also a lot ...
We thought it'd be fun to collect some of our travel stats from our adventures through South America and list them all in one place for us to remember and anyone else who is interested to enjoy. Here they are! · Number of countries visited: 7 (In order: Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay) · Number of border crossings made: 13 (between each of the above plus seven between Chile & Argentina and back into Argentina from Uruguay to fly out) · ...