Hotel Foz Presidente II
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- Swimming pool
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... a 2 hour time frame to complete the walk but seeing we didn't get any information and were apparently on a power walk, it didn't take us all that long although Margot and I slowed it down a little by stopping to look and take photos. Due to the heat and the speed of our walk, we were dry by the time we got back to the station to catch the train to the next trail.
The Upper, or Superior, trail, was only 650 meters long with a suggested time of 1 hour. The walkway ...
Today was our last morning at the estancia and we were still without any electricity. This really hasn't affected our stay and I've really enjoyed our time here. Breakfast was an omelette, bread and dulce de leche. Everyone hugged us goodbye as we left. I would happily come back here. I've really enjoyed Uruguay. I wasn't sure what to expect, but we've had a fantastic time here. We got the bus across the border to Argentina, but didn't "exit" Uruguay or get a ...
... the rest of the evening. Honestly, I have never seen anything like it before. They just kept on bringing out meat... Pork, pork wrapped in cheese or bacon, chicken, chicken wrapped in cheese or bacon, sausage, steak, ribs, more steak, more ribs, more chicken, more pork... You get the picture. It was endless. Shamefully, I had to leave half of the buffet food on my plate to allow room for ALL ZE MEAT. Then, again shamefully, I even left some of the meat ...
... copped some verbal and physical abuse from tourists for their troubles: At one point, presumably because there were too many people already there, everyone was blocked from walking the 3km track to the most famous part of the falls - the Devil's Throat (an hour long wait for a train ride was the other option). But one guy took matters into his own hands and told the ranger (if I could understand his Spanish) "This is a national park - not your park," before violently pushing him out ...
... many years of marriage, we are still learning things about each other. Or, perhaps it is that we are so forgetful that we just can't remember. Either way life is good.
My father never wanted to leave our farm. I am sure that that is what gave me my wanderlust. My dad enlisted in the navy and thought he would be gone a few months, he was sent to war for three years. He said he never wanted to leave ...