Hosteria Boutique La Casa de Eugenia
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... to becoming a revolutionary. Che was born in Rosario, Argentina, but most people will know of him from Cuba. After his time in Cuba, he took his revolutionary cause to Africa and other South American countries, eventually meeting his demise in Bolivia.
We had a walk around the town centre with it's wooden alp style buildings, 'chocolate box' shops and green plazas. It was easy to imagine the place with a covering of snow, looking like a perfect little ski resort town.
... boat ride we hiked back to the camp site got the little boat again and spent the evening relaxing in the sunlight. Sunset wasn’t until after 8.30pm and we lit a fire, enjoyed a bottle of red wine and ate some tuna tomato pasta. It was a really nice evening with beautiful scenery all round. We headed to out tent about 10am and went to bed ready for a day of hiking.During the night the rain came in and we awoke to the full fury of the ...
... with the Kuhlman's son who tried to teach me how to tie flies and fish for the trophy trout that were (and still are) abundant in Lago Traful. OK so much for the trip down memory lane. We drove down to the Lake and had a picnic lunch and did some birding with Mary adding 9 new species to her life list. After lunch we headed down the road to SMA and walked around the tiny village (about 6 X 2 blocks of ...
... come to calve and where David Attenborough took those amazing films of Orca attacking penguins. Unfortunately the orcas are not here at this time of year, but you spend so long watching penguins and whales that it does not really matter. The whales are just off the beaches most days, which is just as well because it has been so windy while we have been here that the whale-watching boats have not been able to go out for three consecutive days.
... on his horse and rode them around the ranch. He loved showing them how to milk the horse or stroke the chicks. The tenderness was beautiful. The kids adored him and I don’t think we will forget him in a hurry. Plus anyone single looking for a life in the countryside with a man who would make you melt apply now.
Then it was a lip biting moment of saying bye to Lucy, ...