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... our languages but occasionally using my dictionary I venture some basic sentances like ,
“bad road no?”
”Si” is the reply.
“Lots of rain today”
”Si” is the answer.
Neither of us were going to go much further than this so I spent the journey doing a little writing. Three hours later we pull into the entrance to “Guardia del Monte” the estancia I am staying at.My young driver lets out a ...
The bus dropped us off yesterday at a small open air terminal where we saw a sign for 4x4 transport. We bought our tickets and shortly after a big safari type truck appeared. We had to climb up a ladder with our massive packs and then fasten them to the sided of the open truck. We then climbed onto the roof of the truck and road into the sand dunes our feet literally on the roof of the truck. It was an experience to say ...
After a 16 hour bus ride from Mendoza to BA we hopped on the ferry to Uruguay and to our surprise... were first class!!! Champers for brekkie... guess that's what happens when we book our bus, ferry and accommodation drunk at 2.00am, whoopsie, not that we were complaining.
La Paloma is a lush, sleepy, hippy, surf beach town which reminds me of Cornwall (but just a wee bit warmer). Beach is lovely and the water is amazing, so warm and perfect waves which ...
... little. At the bottom, after a fast parachute down, Nick was waiting to scoop me up. I had absolutely no idea he was going to propose but I had no hesitation in saying ''yes" when he did and feel like a very lucky girl. Incidentally, while we were waiting to go up in the plane, a big old dog came up to Nick several times (Nick was sunbathing) and put his paw on his chest in a very grave, sombre fashion. It didn't care about me at all. The same dog also happened to be ...
... a case worker. He said that the more he works the more he learns how interconnected everything is- education, employment, homelessness, welfare- but that most people who make policy didn't start at the bottom and don't understand how the policies they make can play out or not play out given the connection between so many socio economic factors... I guess this problem exists everywhere. Anyway, we spent most of the night drinking, talking about music, and watching ...