Rentahome Parque Bustamante
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... a shared hollow gourd. It has high concentrations of caffeine and is apparently the young peoples' alternative to coffee in these parts. Let me just say that one sip was enough and will stay with me for the rest of my life. Good God! It is impossible to describe how bitter this **** was. (Think bitter beer face if you remember the commercials).
With it firmly established that I was not going to be sharing the mate, Daniel stopped to get ...
We are halfway through our four weeks of Spanish school and were more than ready to take a day off from studying. Anyone who knows us knows that we do not know how to do a little bit of anything, and that includes learning Spanish. We study several hours daily after four hours of class, hoping to find the magic that will take us to language Nirvana - fluency! . . . Needless to say, we don't come close. We celebrated ...
... hour flight.
My prayers were answered (hopefully I haven't used up too many credits as I use them regularly now for my long, daily scoots) and I again had no neighbour for the long flight so I could stretch out again and several movies and dinner (not bad quality and with wine as well as icecreams) I shifted to the window seat for some 'sleep'. We know it isn't really, but I expect tonight to make up for it.
I can say now that I have forgiven the couple in ...
Arrived at our hotel at midnight after a long day. Up at 5.30am in Calafate flew to Buenos Aries then a 9 hour wait for the flight to Santiago. Just as well we all had books to read. Friday - We saw the changing of the guard at their Parliament House, quite by accident just happen to be in the right place at the right time. Big brass band and lots of horses and soldiers all decked out in their finery. Peter took us on another forced ...
... ocean, but then you could see it was just fog that was being pushed into the side of the mountains from the coast. It was really cool to see.
We got off the bus in Olmue at the main square, and we were met by Erika and Andres, our guide. Erika is the woman who Melissa has been dealing with this whole time to get the trip planned, so they already seemed to know each other pretty well. They both spoke english, which was really nice for me, so ...