Hotel Regidor San Luis
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
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Rio Ceballos, day of horse riding. Having only rode 1 horse in my life, I was a little nervous as the gauchos over here have a reputation of not having much tolerance for beginners. I was pleasantly surprised as the whole group was beginners with little or no experience of riding. I was given a grey horse called Sal, she has a great temperament very laid back and only wanted to canter when she really wanted to. I can see myself being reincarnated as Sal. We rode for a couple of ...
Recreo to Rio Ceballos, not a long drive today to the horse ranch. On the way there Paddington got some more photos with the local police, who stopped him at a routine checkpoint. Rio Ceballos is a 6500 acre farm owned by a Argentinian family who's family emigrated to Argentina from Scotland over 110 years ago. Had a afternoon tea with the owner, before a wine tasting evening and a BBQ. Tomorrow going riding with the gauchos, hopefully I will get a nice and timid horse for the ...
... sort to Nepal. The countryside to the north of San Luis is all deserts with scrub, canyons, escarpments and nothingness. It’s the most remote national park in Argentina and is really hard to get to. There is supposedly one bus out that way per day and our hostel could tell us when it went but no-one could agree if it came back or at what time and given there is no shelter out there from the scorching sun we decided ...
... candies, cookies and potato chips, and we drank coke, milk and orange
juice . When we arrived at “La serrana” we met the teachers of the campsite, we
walked around the park and put our things in the ...
On the day of the departure we had to wake up early. We had some brakfast and then we left. During the journey, we saw a few movies. Some hours later, we stopped to buy some food and drinks. The journey was so long that it was boring at some point. When we arrived at school, it was late at night; a lot of parents were outside the school. After that, when we got off the bus, we started to scream and shout in the school hall. We had a great time! ...