Hotel Las Lajas
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz
... rain for the race to begin again.
We were luckily, situated right under the shade of a tree and werent moving, or giving up up our spot for anyone. We were over waiting, and just when we contemplated walking home, the safety cars started coming around the corners cleaning up the stragglers from the dangerous sidelines. Our spot was perfect particularly because the drivers were really pushing the cars this time around. It made for great pictures and really exciting ...
... into the open expanse. This involved a lot of waiting, and watching the dogs playing hide and seek with a bath tub. That is until a cow from another field started checking out the situation and seeing if he could make a break into my field and running loose. Over the course of 3 or 4 events, I had to manoeuvre my horse and make noises to make sure he didn’t make a run for it. A little while later, a series of cattle came darting between the fence line and the ...
Morning/Afternoon my darlings!!
So, I thought I'd regale you with some more funny tales of my first few days....after all, what else have I got to do but sit in the sunshine - did I mention that I'm sunbathing? - and message you lot!!
When Cande (AKA 'the beautiful one') collected me from the airport, she informed me that it was actually a long weekend here (result!) with no work on Monday/Tuesday! Obviously I was devastated to have to wait ...
... grocery shopping bores me in Townsville, in a city where I don't know the language, it can be very interesting. I think I manage it very well.
On Friday I went to a sports club with Agus's mother, whilst she trained for hockey whilst I talked to a little girl and had her saying Aussie, Aussie, Aussie and vegemite by the time the hockey training was finished. It was then time for a beer or two!!!
Of course I still ...
As the title suggests, you can have too much of cities and I was at the limit... I wanted to move on from Mendoza, it was a nice enough place and I know I'd not done some of the essential activities while there, but I needed a new scenery, buzz, bus ride and a rejuvenated brain - so Cˇrdoba it was.
The original plan was to head from Mendoza to Buenos Aires (BsAs), then to head north to Salta and out of the Iguaz˙ Falls to ...
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