Estancia El Bordo De Las Lanzas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... as back then and invited us to join them for an Asado at their place Wednesday night. This was very very special for me, as I hadn't really stayed in close contact with them and was overwhelmed by their hospitality and openess to invite us to their house after such a long time. Best thing was that absolutely nothing there had changed, the rooms still looked like the kids rooms back then with racing cars wallpapers :) My host brother from ...
... to be hiding countless bodies of Argentina's some 30,000 desaparecidos, especially since yet another mass grave containing the remains of 25 people was found in the region just four months ago...)
Despite all you've been through life is good in rural Argentina, and you and your friends quickly become part of the community where you've taken refuge. However, by 1976 Argentina is ruled by a military junta friendly with Pinochet after a ...
... the next 36 hours in bed replacing fluids lost and taking 3 lots of antibiotics to kick what I now believe was giardia.Thursday August 21st Salta. Spent the day in bed and Wayne ventured out for food only.Friday August 22nd. Feeling very weak we took the hop on bus tour of Salta which was a gentle way to see the sights without much effort. Saturday August 23rd Salta to Cordoba . Overnight bus arriving early in the morning. Being unwell not much to say about this part of the ...
... a pinstriped dress shirt, jeans and gaucho style boots approaches, places his hands on one of our chairs and asks if its free. I give him the OK, at which point he picks up the chair and carries it over to the table next to us.
He pulls up beside a younger guy with a slicked back greasy pony tail strumming away on an old beat up classical acoustic. His thumb and fingers slap away at the nylon strings, slowly eroding the bottom section of ...
... bodega called Piserelli where we quaffed and slurped our way through a few of the local vintages while receiving a swift education of the production and tasting of wine. The rest of the afternoon was spent basking in the glorious sunshine with an incredible view across the valley and an exquisite piece of Argentinian steak.
Fortunately the return journey to Salta involved a lot more tarmac and we safely arrived late on Saturday ...