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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... you but those in the tourist industry treat you with contempt and all of a sudden don't understand you or are unwilling to help you. But when the other person wants to engage or wants to help it can be such a satisfiying encounter for everyone. Lots of hand signals and laugher. So you have to take the good with the bad I guess.
I have to admit that my heart sank a little as I watched Maree and Paul drive off in their cab on their next little adventure. Not only has it been so ...
... down and give birth while working in the field, bite the umbilical cord, wrap up the baby, and go their way. It wasn’t that their women were tougher than ours, but just that they had a different attitude. For our own gynecologists have recently discovered that many women can be conditioned psychologically for natural and painless childbirth. The pains of labor are renamed “tensions,” and the mother-to-be is given ...
Had a lazy morning and felt like getting another cold - been building up for a while but I think being near to yas brought it out as she had one. Booked horse riding for this afternoon at 4.30, lenja coming also. Also booked high mountains tour for Saturday, not sure of Mariane be too pleased as meant to be doing wine tour with them. Booked all these tours as thought has **** loads of money left but today and next few days tried to tally what I'd spent and ...
... most expensive wine we tried. Familia de Tomassi This was our favourite place, the oldest in the region (1859) and still has the old brick fermentation tanks (made with bricks from England) that were lined with bees wax to prevent the wine being brick flavour, although these are not used any more. One is a cellar and another has been opened up so we could walk through it and see some of the latest harvest ageing in a range of French and American oak barrels. The vines out side all ...
... under the Incan crossing. The minerals in the water created some pretty spectacular colors and cause a mineral buildup that is pretty unique. Everything at the resort was demolished by an avalanche in the 60's except for a small church and the bath house under the land bridge. It made for some great pictures. You would never guess it was a "resort" built in the 30's, the ruins look much older but it definitely adds to historical feel. The bath houses and the natural ...