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Travel Blogs from San Rafael
... at five o’clock pm. On the bus, I
listened to music, I watched a movie, I talked to my friends and I played some
games that the animator. Then I slept.
arrived at Puerto Madryn at eleven o’clock pm, and then, I went to “Estancia
San Guillermo”. There, I ate “torta fritas” and I drank “mate” . Then, I
sheared the sheep and washed them. After that, I ate salad and ...
... Lao that I loved so much but it is an amazing little hostel! The fact that it is in a residential area and seems more like a home than a hostel I think made a big difference to me. Apart from that it has lovely clean, comfortable dorms, a nice kitchen and sitting room, a beautiful garden with hammocks to chill out in and an Indian bed to sleep on (for people who really want to stay, should they run out of beds inside), yummy breakfast, good music, really relaxed, ...
... hold. He has to think, commit and move in a fluid confident fashion. If he's not sure where he wants to go then things get wobbly. The hardest parts for the woman are walking backwards, which she does pretty much constantly as the man is in charge of where they are going. He can't really afford to take more than 1 step backwards for fear of bumping into an unseen obstacle behind them. The second challenge is interpreting the ...
... my check-in I went across the road to get some money from an ATM at the bus terminals, what is only a 300 meter walk. When back I paid my room for 3 nights and I arranged a but ticket for Tuesday 01-02-2011 to return to Santiago. The bus will leave at 9:00 in the morning and they say we will arrive in Santiago at 16:00, but I will see ;)
After that I checked the hostel and they have a jacuzzi. Good I brought my swim-togs. After a ...
The mini Superclassico finished we head back to Trapiche only to find it is closed by a power cut so we head for Vino el Cerno´s winery a couple of k away and it proves to be serendipitous
as we enjoy a low-key and friendly lesson in, and tasting of, the local wines. We each take four half glasses. The Torrontes is a hit, but the fizzy and young Malbec are both judged to be misses. The old Malbec is mighty fine, but the ...