Tower Inn & Suites San Rafael
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... trees and grape vines if left unattended. We learned to follow a line of ants until they led us to their nest, dig out the nest to find the eggs, then spray ants and eggs with insecticide and move on to find the next colony. Liam helped with the construction of a greenhouse, made from recycled pop bottles and I had a go at shelling pine-nuts and walnuts. Now I understand why pine-nuts are so expensive in Tesco! The walnuts have to be shelled before sale; complete ...
... we pass near an ancient volcano rising about 5,000 ft.
Cruising at 5,500 feet we head up a valley, skirting a low rolling mountain range, towards Cordoba passing over what Patrick refers to as "the Great Wall of China" a fence that goes all the way from the bottom to the top of the mountain ridge. It is an incredible building project without obvious function from the air. Up ...
... be told off when I was halfway up!
-seeing the parrot sitting on a gate on our way up
-the many incredible ice-creams..
-getting my funky new haircut from the lovely Emma, who´s beginning her career as a tresser (travelling hairdresser)
-doing a mini egg hunt in the garden of Lao on Easter Sunday!
-the amazing mass Charlotte and I went to on Easter Sunday. One of the nicest, most energetic and colourful masses I´ve been to. A real treat!
-being sung ...
... I quickly updated my blog and went into town to get some food. I only had a cookie, and 3 energy bars today. No wonder that I'm 97 kg again.
Yesterday I went on a scale in a shop, saying I'm 97kg. That's the weight I had when I left Australia. But in The Netherlands enjoying my mom food, I boosted up to 105Kg ;) So back to normal weight ;) Nice.
I had some dinner at a place called Mr Dog a kind of Mc Donalds, I had burger and ...
... ascents. We had been planning the trip over the telephone for weeks and he was going to be one of the two guides leading our journey to the summit. We met over an early breakfast the next morning and reviewed the list of things we would need to do on day four. We had planned to stock up on supplies and rebuild the two missing backpacks from scratch in case they didn’t turn up by lunch. At just over 750 metres above sea level, ...