Hotel Nitra II
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... are worth more than broken nuts, so care must be taken to minimise breakages when cracking the shells.
Liam enjoyed sitting on the patio watching lightning displays in the night sky and Annette told us of the vicious hail storms that can wipe out a crop in an hour or two, with hailstones sometimes as big as golf balls. On several evenings we could hear the hail plane circling overhead as the pilot released silver nitrate into the storm clouds to break up ...
... a timber-harvesting plantation. Seems odd that it is planted on the side of a hill. We see more “great Walls”. Greg thinks perhaps they are the lines of Nasca. 50 miles south of Cordoba we fly over a beautiful reservoir and impressive hydro electric dam.
Just east of Cordoba we begin watching for La Cumbre our destination for the day. What a magical stop our first stop ...
... to by German, Elena, Francisco, Flor and Sebastian when they decided we would celebrate my birthday a month early incase I wasnŽt in Mendoza for it.
-dancing the night away in an amazing latin american club (rumbo perdido) with lovely people!
IŽm sure I have alot more to write but IŽll leave it at that for now. Suffice to say I had a wonderful month in Mendoza and will definitely be back! For now I very much look forward to travelling in Bolivia with Charlotte and Emma!! :)
... browsed the streets a bit. I sat down for a while and watched people. There are many different kind of people here. You see a bigger difference then in Santiago.
After dinner around 19:30 I went back to the hostel and checked the web a bit for my accommodation in Bogota (Colombia). I thought if I'm early with a booking I can book a hotel for just a few dollars. The hotels on skyscanner.net go from approx USD$ 45.00. I have to sleep on ...
... a sunny city and we took in as much of the warm weather as we could before beginning our climb. Even in the heat of a South American summer, temperatures in the higher reaches of Aconcagua were rarely known to rise above minus twenty Celsius.
The hours went by and it was soon twelve in the afternoon. There hadn’t been any news of the missing backpacks all morning, so Raed and Zed decided to make one last trip to the airport. ...