Hosteria Posada de los Sauces
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... age. He is a friend of Fernando and typically bloody Italian cool and good looking. Then anther guy pulls into the car park , Paul a very loud Brit, who seems like hasn't spoken to anyone in a while and really wants to talk. Coffee and croissants at the Andino Restaurant we start finding out more about Olmu and Fernando journey they started the opposite way through the Stan's to Oz ...
... Puerto St Julian, first of all to the isolated National Park of Monte Leon, which according to the publicity is full of penguins, guanacos and pumas. It was isolated and very windy, and historically pumas hate the wind which is why we saw 'nada’ (Spanish for nowt). Also a grain of human behaviour which I fail to understand is why have a town like Puerto Santa Cruz where you can walk along the beach and virtually have to toe end penguins out of ...
... br> recognizing this locality as the "Agricultural Colony of Río Grande".
In the beginning, the land was subdivided among a few families, owning large estates until the agrarian reform of 1925. Cattle raising became one of the most important economic activities in the area.
... to Ushuaia so we simply had to put up with it. The journey itself was fairly uneventful, though Chris was in a mood as he had struggled to sleep the night before and so was knackered and moody until he had managed to have a little sleep!
After a couple of hours arrived at the outskirts of Punta Arenas where we had to change bus, moving from a double decker bus to a single decker coach. After another hour or so we arrived at a passenger ferry which would ...
... with 22,000 sheep and a few thousand cattle. Reading The Uttermost End..., it is clear that the pioneers were a very brave and hardy bunch. Life became more comfortable with wool production and export; we were pleased to find ourselves stepping into life of that later era, as we arrived to a cosy sitting room and cocktails. We were the only guests, and enjoyed sitting down to eat our lamb for dinner in a formal dining room.
We were met by ...
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