Tierra Mora Apart Hotel
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... of trees it was a pleasant respite, if only for a few moments.
We drained our last few ounces of energy briskly pacing over to the Parque General San Martin, a large park with a small lake, mountain, fountains and more beautiful trees.
We soaked up the last bit of Hostel Mora hospitality, said adios to all the friendly travellers and staff we'd met there, then left fully prepared for our longest bus ride yet, by a large ...
The alarm goes off in Patrick's nearly completed casita just outside San Rafael Argentina. It is completely black outside and the temperature is close to freezing, but ,we do not dawdle. We are excited and anxious. There are still a couple of errands to complete before we head to the tiny little San Rafael airport where are next seaplane adventure will begin. We are headed to the Amazon ...
... quite the confusing journey, we ended up at The Beer Garden. This was definitely one of my favourite places! We sat in the sunshine, relaxing in slouchy chairs around a huge circular table, in what seemed like the middle of nowhere. There was a pony about 2 metres from where we were sitting - happily munching away on the grass. We drank amazing red beers, ate (delicious) pizzas, and chatted for a surprisingly long time!
Then we headed off on a very long ride to ...
... on the fence, but with no real plan nailed down, I figured I would just go with the flow and follow them since they had some sort of plan.
We arrived in Córdoba after a brutal night bus ride (I think I ****** the guy off beside me because he was sitting in my seat and I tried to get him to move over...WHOOPSIE). He talked on his phone all thru the night and took up lots of arm and leg room, hmph.
Found our hostel and napped the afternoon away.
To be ...
... talk more and more with the residents but it's a challenge. There's an attending there who speaks a bit of English. He is adorable and asks me "HOW ARE YOU?" and "GOOD MORNING!" Everyone is very friendly and tries to understand what I'm trying to communicate. Also, there was a scrub nurse yesterday who said "SORRY" to me. I love that they translate the simple phrases I know; it's very cute on their part.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking