These properties are very close to each other, about a 10-minute cab ride. Enjoyed both places very much, and would not hesitate to recommend either one, or both!
There's an informative review of Hacienda Tres Rios from kyshel already, and I think a few things have changed in the past few months. Although the property has been open for a year, it's still new and partially under construction. Those familiar with the area will recall that this site had been an eco park. Apparently the
We returned back from an amazing trip to Chile two weeks ago. What an adventure! We stayed in Santiago for one night at the Radisson Santiago Plaza. We navigated the metro and visited Bellavista Neighborhood, San Cristobal Hill (funicular ride) and the Plaza de Armas. The city is very easily accessable by metro and the price is so inexpensive. We found every Chillean eager to help us navigate the system. Even though English was rarely spoken, our broken spanish worked quite well. We then flew to
Having been a long time subscriber to National Geographic Traveler Magazine, I look forward with great anticipation to their Annual Destination Survey/Assessment.
Being journalists, or at least trying to pass as such, the writers who compile this list have developed some points of perspective resulting in the application of their Stewardship Index.
I dont agree with their scores on a number of the selected destinations, having completed my own first-hand assessments during
Ecuador remains one of our favorite countries in South America for both luxury and budget travel.
Just arriving by air can be your first taste of adventure:
Quito-Mariscal Sucre Airport (UIO) is one of my least favorite airports in the world....out dated (built in the 1950s), situated on a plateau, surrounded by some of the tallest peaks in the Andes, and completely besieged by industrial and residential structures, it has never been a fun place to land, at least during
Updated 08-22-2012 at 03:09 PM by omegaet
First leg of our long trip to South Africa. Cincinnati to Atlanta (night before)
TSA: Do you have something in your bag that looks like mineral makeup--in a cosmetic bag?
kyshel : uh, well, yes; I know exactly where it is so I can take it out for you.
TSA: don't touch the bag, ma'am!!
ksyhel: Ok--the pouch is on the bottom. It's my mother's ashes--I'm taking them to Africa.
TSA: [totally freaking out and jumping back] Ummm, umm, umm--please take them out yourself
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