Hotel Portal de Los Andes
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... number of hours allocated depends on the size of the farm. John and Annette have 24 hours' access every sixth day. Liam’s first task was to help with monitoring irrigation on water day. Each section of the farm is watered for a few hours before the flow is diverted to the next section. Diverting the flow involves inserting and removing 'gates’ in the irrigation channels, and a careful watch must be kept to ensure that channels do not become blocked.
... areas where there is little published information. On the way we will visit the Iguazu Falls, Rio De Janeiro, and buzz the beach cities on the Brazilian coast.
We arrive around 10 and after hugs and thank yous to Kuko we launch into the familiar preflight preparation. Patrick files a flight plan, Greg and Cathryn remove the little lady’s new bespoke cape and begin ...
... a few bottles of wine, some cheese, and cured meats and beginning the party early in the hostel courtyard.
We were picked up around 9:30 or 10 and, along with two Australian girls from the hostel, we set off for the mountains. The drive took about an hour and by the time we reached there, the moon was already making its way up. While I’m not sure if it was necessarily the biggest moon I’ve ever seen, it certainly was bright and lit ...
... the "hey where the hell did all our friggin cash go... have we been robbed?" way. I see the problem from a slightly different angle. It's not that his budgeting is wrong, it's that we don't refer to it AT ALL before spending the money. So for example, the weekly budget is not used to establish a daily spending allowance. All the reasonably priced bus journeys, the cheap meals, and affordable handmade souvenir tat ...
Finally, wine day!!! The day we arrived in the hostel and met Peter, he had just come back from doing an organised tour and said it was ok but just too structured and it took out the fun. We also met 2 French-Swiss guys who had just gone straight to the town of Maipu, hired bikes, did it themselves and they loved it. So we took a bus to Maipu, it wasn’t hard to find where to rent a bike; even before we got off the bus people were advertising and ...