Finca La Media Luna
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Afterwards we headed back to the entrance. I bought a postcard. Walked through the small museum and saw some wild foxes!!! So damn coool!!! Then we headed to Talampaya - another hour drive away. Here we had to pay for a tour to go into the park which was quite expensive which Ashy wasn't too happy about. Rach and I probably weren't going to go but then worked out that it costs 30NZD and we I guess this was a #YOLO moment - so we did it. ...
We got up at 8 and had our lovely buffet breakfast. Once again I stole some pastries. We then checked out and headed to the bus stop. From here we waited for our bus and I started reading Obsession by Jennnifer L. Armentrout. The bus was suppose to come at 11.30 but was about an hour and a half delayed. Needless to say, we were freaking out big time. I ate all my pastries - because at times like this I need to eat my feelings. ...
... español dubbed movies). Because the bus was late, when we arrived in San Juan, we missed the 2pm bus to Valle de Fertil and had to catch the 7pm bus instead. While waiting at the very worn-down bus terminal we noticed a group of ladies who could not stop staring at us, which was unnerving. Having time to spare and feeling very hungry, we decided to look for a supermarket. Just before we got up to go, the ladies who ...
... dropped us off free of charge. At our hostal we met Luis, the owner, who was very friendly and eager to help us get organised. The reason we chose the tiny town of Valle Fértil was because it is closer to the two main national parks we wanted to visit than San Juan and La Rioja (bigger cities) and we thought it would be more relaxing. The town was incredibly laid back (and friendly) and tourism is still a young industry, so there are not so many ...
... to 80 metres at one point;
· The remains of indigenous peoples' settlements, such as petroglyphs · Regional fauna, including guanacos, hares, maras, foxes and condors.