Casafuerte Posada Rural
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... should treat their home as our own, guaranteed that we would not be moving on in a hurry! We were only sorry that, shortly after our arrival, John left for the UK to visit family following a close bereavement.
The main crops grown on the finca are plums, grapes and walnuts.The farm is watered via a series of irrigation channels running from the municipal canal which flows past the farm gate. Each farm is allocated a time each week when they can access the water ...
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 ...
... the distances werenīt very long, it was so lovely to be cycling around in the sunshine. The first winery (Weinert) was a big and very modern winery where we were given a tour, explained and shown the process of wine making and given some wines/grape juice to try. It was so interesting to see how itīs done and we had our own tour which was lovely. The next winery we cycled to (Choclos de Chacras) was smaller and more old fashioned, set beside a beautiful little lake. After ...
So way back before we left the UK, Neil asked me what I wanted to do during the 8 weeks in South America, and I replied "I don't really care what we do as long as we can learn the tango in Argentina". To me such a simple fun thing, to him (and many men I imagine) a kind of cruel torture. But I didn't care. I wanted to learn and I wanted him to learn with me. Considering I'd not made any other requests during the previous 7 weeks, it ...
... up not being our favorite place. That being said, there is still a lot of fun things to do int he areas outside of the city, and we decided to partake in some of those activities. We signed up for a sunset horseback ridding trip, and also for a tour of some local wineries. Both of these activities were tons of fun. We also spent a day at the huge park that is on the edge of the city. There is over 50,000 trees and lots of nice places to relax.