- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Today we had a very productive day doing nothing. It started off by waking up at 10am and eating a big bowl of Granola (which jessie has become extremely protective over). We then went over to the big house and Dave and James watched some more football whilst Jessie and ...
After saying goodbye to Sam and Emily who are off to New Zealand on Wednesday, we caught a bus to Santa Cruz which took around 3 hours due to an unscheduled bus change halfway through the journey. We arrived at 12:30pm which was half an hour early from what time we'd told Pi & Sharif (couple were doing the workaway with). At the bus station their were lots of stalls selling chips so we thought we'd indulge in some while ...
... than some pine trees and lots of eucalyptus trees. Those were introduced from Australia in the 1980s to be grown on plantations to harvest for their wood which is used to make furniture. In Chile they grow much faster than in Australia and mature in about 20 years. However they a a great fire hazard and each summer some go up in flames. Eventually the landscape softened and the vegetation became more varied. We passed some avocado pear trees ...
... 8220;loco” and pesto stuffed with organic tomato butter and sheep cheese shavings
Gran Marnier Cuvée du Centenaire 100
Apple mille feuille, Turkish apricot and passion fruit short cake, earl grey tea homemade ice cream and raspberry sauce
No wonder we all looked so bloody happy in the photos in the lounge afterwards! The meal was brilliant. The first course came whilst we were still on the terrace ...
... high extract. Lifted nose and rather reductive. Black fruits on the palate but a little thin in the middle.
5. ViBo Punta del Viento 2011
The ViBo brand is made from the initials of the family members and is meant to represent their innovation and experimentation, mainly with Malbec. Punta del Viento is named after the hill where it grows this wine has 68% Grenache, 21% Mourvèdre, and 11% Syrah so is looking for a ...