Rio Laura Delta Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The last two months has seen me zig zagging across Chile and Argentina and I am finding it hard to leave Argentina tomorrow, this country of the most friendly, asado eating (BBQ), mate drinking, (Yerba tea) welcoming people in my travels so far. I started at the top, travelling with Matt and Rita from Bolivia into the Atacama desert of Chile, a beautiful place, both in the day and at night with a crazy amount of stars and shooting stars and huge open red desert lined by the Andes. ...
... you need to get hooked up.
We ended our tour at La Boca, a colourful barrio home to many small shops and restaurants and, on Sundays, a substantial flea market. It caters to tourists during the week however with artists displaying their work on the street and an orange juice vendor squeezing fresh juice on demand. In today’s heat, I was certainly tempted ...
... other people and the slowly setting sun added another element to the beauty of the falls. We were already impressed at the start of the trail by our first view of the falls but were amazed when we turned the corner and realised we'd only seen about a quarter of them in that initial panorama. They really were so vast, you couldn't take it all in from one angle. After following the path, we came to the stunning Devil's Throat walkway, which took us across the top edge of part of ...
... bus, in night clubs, everywhere. And, ofcourse, how could I not mention the asado (steak), which makes a very regular appearance on the average Porteņo plate.
Some further useful information. Pay-by-the-hour hotels are commonplace, generally used by local couples seeking some alone time and respite from their families. Not necessarily a house of ill repute but not to be mistaken for a hostel either. Contrary to popular belief Porteņos do not ...
Today was a good day Debbie, Emily and I decided at the end of it all. We started with another Super Jumbo trip, so I could beat that punk kid this time-no not really, just for some more groceries and such. After this successful outing we got back to the hotel and arranged our transport this Wednesday to Uruguay on a ferry - safer than air travel I'm sure. After this we set off to enjoy some Buenos Aires culture, you know things like museums and ...