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... point. This would then leave one of us until last. What we did not know is that as we set off on our own gallop to join the rest of the family, Felix the chief gaucho, would ride alongside us and our own steed would find a fifth gear and try to race Felix.
Anna who experienced this for the first time was completely taken by surprise, when her horse, a lovely grey called Icaro (who we later discovered had been bought for Eduardo by Enrique) flew along ...
... Finn and Seb were accompanied by a gaucho but had no problems at all. Rory was hilarious - after several expletives which could not possibly be repeated, he announced at the end of the galloping session that I should not expect to be a grandmother and that he now believed he was officially infertile!! One of the gauchos was really laughing so we can only imagine that the word infertile is similar in Spanish! By the time we started to head back to the ranch ...
... br> A three hour ride, with a little trotting, through dirt tracks, dried up river beds and around fields, before returning to the the ranch for the most delicious BBQ - more fillet steak than you can ever imagine served with salads and some very good red wine which was free flowing. Enrique took great delight in seeing how much Rory could eat and drink and we reckon he packed away a kilo of meat and six glasses of wine!!! The wine by the way ...
... Just then another couple, John and Judith from Holland, that was going to join us during the first half of the day arrived. After they finished their breakfast we all saddled up for the morning ride. Pata who was the gaucho of the estancia, helped us saddle up and introduced us to our horses. Niyati's horse was white and named Milonga because she liked to trot with an attitude and mine was brownish white named Bruja - the witch, because she was born ...
... is married to a man from Guatemala and they are living in Germany. Matius lives in Salta and works at a hostel. He dated an Israeli girl and moved to Israel for 18 months where he learned Hebrew and a lot about the culture. He told us that there are hostals that do not accept Israelis because apparently they are not well behaved. Along the way, what turns out to be Pablo's neighbor met us on the road with Pablo's three dogs, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed