Casafuerte Posada Rural
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 ...
... cramped from the hours on the bus, I took a run into the massive San Martin Park, a spot that would be one of my favorites in the city. Afterwards, Kristin and I took the opportunity to explore the town. The city is laid out in a cool way with a massive central plaza, surrounded a few blocks off each corner by a smaller plaza, usually named after the main nationalities that inhabit the city, Spanish, Chilean, and Italian. We finished off our afternoon ...
... prevalent. Loading or unloading bags from a bus seems to require a tip here. So does opening a taxi door at a rank, apparently. And small change is a serious problem here - we have yet to see a coin and the low value notes are mostly held together with sticky tape. This all results in some unnecessary awkward situations for new arrivals, particularly from Peru/Bolivia where tipping is not so de rigeur it seems. Then there is ...
... under the constant chatting and questioning of The Chuck. I think Chuck knew more about trekking then Juan, having been up many of the highest peaks in the world. After lunch, we attacked the serious part of the trek with much steeper and w path. Quite a few times I felt out of breath due to the altitude and the air getting thinner. A big group of mules came storming down the mountain at impressive speed with only 1 man following them behind. We finally arrived at ...