Posada San Andres
Travel Blogs from La Cumbre
... meeting in Enniskillen in July we met Mikhail, a Russian biker, who was on a long trip. He gave us a gift of a little wooden matroishka doll, which now sits on the dashboard of the Disco. Actually she is firmly stuck there with sticky fixers. We call her Natasha. When our cynicism slipped a little at the Gauchito Gil shrine we bought Natasha a cute little leather gaucho hat to keep the sun off her wee head!
Enjoy the pics
Liam and Naomi xx
... Entry Level Training
An Tamdem Trike for Training ( Trike = Delta Wing with an Seat hanging underneath)
Full Paragliding school and Training
Kite Surfing for beginners and Children
Model Airplane Field
Vita Parcour on the Field
Polofield with Horses Next to the Airport.
Nearby Drop from the High Plateau perfect for Para gliding and Soaring
His Vision to Establish an Aernautical University to pass on his vast Aerdynamic Knowledge to future ...
... me to this moment. It was also an opportunity to reflect on the more immediate journey that Claudio and I have undertaken over the past 3+ weeks. It has been an extraordinary experience thus far... more than either of us could have hoped for... and we both look forward to concluding it over the course of the next several days before returning to our loved ones.
Total Distance: 131 KM
Total Tire Repairs: ...
... depended on what was available but we needed to vary it from day to day if possible. Some days I was chopping fruit for hours - you go into a kind of trance, a bit like meditation I guess. I’ll admit I ate the fruit too; there is no resisting a fresh apple when it feels like all you’ve been eating for days is bread.
My days mainly consisted of preparing the food trays and baby-sitting and cleaning up the babies sleeping ...
... next day was Christmas eve and is the big day in South America Christmas festivities.
Breakfast was Bruce's (Marta's husband) homemade banana bread (big yum!) and then we set to work helping with some of the prep for Christmas eve dinner. We then headed into the nearby towns and villages with Marta and Bruce to get all that was needed for the next few days....me and Lou took the typical English stance and bought bottles and bottles of wine ...