Hotel Casa Rosada
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... opposte con la promessa,ancora piu' forte e reale adesso,di rincontrarci in terra Argentina appena arrivero' la'.
Buon viaggio miei cari amici e "a presto" :)
quindi via verso est attraverso la parte piu' ampia del fiume Rio Dulce (El Gofete) fino a meta' del "serpenteggiare" selvaggio dell'acqua,approdando sulle rive di questo potenzialmente spettacolare progetto.
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... money, treating all the village animals for worms, skin conditions, and pretty well everything else. She also rescues critters and breeds special, half-native cats.
Ken has been busy converting the world to Ubuntu. Unfortunately, with my Notebook out of action, he has had to share his Laptop and the somewhat erratic wifi with me, so he hasn't been doing much Proof-reading. He and Keith, a delightful Kiwi, have worked out how to fix the dagger-boards, so he'll ...
... many volcanoes and much volcanic activity, hence the hot springs. We dip our toes in, but no one jumps in for a swim in the water, possibly the smell of sulphur is too off putting.
We move on a reach the gorge where the river narrows and the jungle meets and hangs on the cliff edges of the gorge. Many birds call this area home, many more commute up and down it, flying just above the water. Pelicans, Egrets and other birds of various sizes ...
... accross the entrance to the lake.
Today we took a boat, 40kms down river to the scruffy little town of Livingstone. This is again on the Caribean sea and a large proportion of the inhabitants are ex slaves and are black in colour. Not much to see and had the famous Tapado soup. A coconut-based fish and shellfish soup. Ours had a fish, prawns, crabs, potatoes, onions, bananas and unrecognised ingredients. Not spicy at all, very tasty but messy ...
... said he was just getting gas, but when we saw him crawl under the van we knew something was wrong. All the guys, okay the 3 guys we have, chipped in and around 40 mins later with some pushing and pulling of things we managed to get it going again. Apparently there was a leak in a fuel pipe somewhere which was why we could smell it. We hopped back in the van and drove for another hour or so and when we arrived at the ...