Posada San Andres
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... a few places to check availability and prices. In the end passed a place I'd seen on Tripadvisor and wasn’t as pricey as expected, so stayed there. Usually anything called Posada is too expensive, but this was the prettiest, most solidly built room in a long time, brick walls not even allowing wifi to enter!
Headed into the centre to grab a refreshing ale before I crashed for the night – all this travelling over the last 3 days had taken it’s ...
... figure. Other people lit candles and there were hundreds of plaques fixed to the walls of the shrine thanking the gaucho for favours granted or blessings received.
One cannot drive more than a few kilometres in this country without coming across a roadside shrine to Gauchito Gil. Some are lovingly maintained, while the existence of others are evident only by the remains of a few tattered red flags fluttering in the breeze.
At the Horizons ...
... fees $40 peso, club/cart rent $70 so after I buy balls and tees it'll probably cost me about $40 CAD to play nine holes. The course is in really good shape this year because of the rain they've had. There are about 800 members and the club also has tennis, squash and a pool. There are around 10,000 people in La Cumbre. Learned alot at the club today!
Anyway, I started walking down this country road, my shortcut to the Cristo and a guy picked me up and drove me part ...
Today was our first day exploring La Cumbre and the surrounding area. La Cumbre itself is very fashionable little town. We learned that it was founded by French settlers going back to the turn of the century and from its inception it was noted for its refinement. It features a number of very nice shops, some art galleries and what appear to be several good restaurants. We are/were pleasantly surprised and look forward ...
... Man Juan to take food and water to the groups that live there. It was a cold and overcast day and by the time we had finished 3 hours later, it was raining quite hard. I was quite desperate for a shower by this time, remember I said it was day 3. That morning there had been no water in the ablution block so I was unable to shower then – this would be an on-going problem as the water needed to be manually switched over to fill the tank and ...
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