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... separated from others and these were ready to give birth. I saw one cow licking off the muconium and the poor little thing could hardly stand up so it was just born. The babies are taken from the mother early so the mother can go on producing more milk.
There are no houses around the main hub of the farm as the adult children live in Montevideo and the matriarch lives in Paurguay and she travels back and forth on the family private plane which we saw sitting off in ...
... sunset descends over the
skyline. A vivid double rainbow streches from one side of the city to another. The
air is fragrant after the rain. Photos can't really do it justice.
Yesterday we took a bus and train trip up the delta to Tigre, some thirty km's into
the river delta.
It's a holiday area for tired Portenous looking to escape the heat and bustle of BA.
Taking a power boat back through the delta ...
... to Constitution, right??)
After our walk in the very pleasant spring weather, we headed back to the hotel, had a light lunch from our grocery purchases, and suited up for the pool. This one was deep (too deep for them to touch) all around, so they relied on floaties. Both of them are getting really confident in the water - jumping in, going under, floating, even swimming (albeit inefficiently) to the wall or ladder. Love it!
... intensity cardio) workout so we took the music to the fenced in car park and did the workout. Oh my I thought after a week of Jillian Michael's I'd be in okay shape to do the workout... Needless to say i was sweating from tip to tale but it was great! Later as we packed our things I realized my debit card was not where I usually put it. So i rummaged through everything only to conclude that my debit card is sitting in an atm ready to be used by anyone at any time. Then ...
... great, mum would have been proud seeing nothing but bones left on the table, and Gabriel on the other side of the table who continued to remind me of dad being "vegetarian" but eating only the delicious meat when possible, observed as I plowed through the dish. For desert I cleaned everyone's plates who for them good meat is not a big deal seeing they live in Uruguay kingdom of the cows. The issue of dessert was not an easy one seeing I wanted to try a unique one called ...