Creación de un estilo de vida sostenible en Patagonia パタゴニアでサステイナブルな暮らし作り
Icelandic Turf Houses
House of Erik The Red, the King who settled Greenland. House was built about 1000 years ago.
Beautiful Wall Pattern &…Continue
Before she left Manimi created a map of La Junta featuring places of interest, accomodation, stores, internet cafe and cartoon illustrations of some of the people we have come to know. It's in Japanese and should come in handy for our guests from Japan. Soon we'll have one in English - at the moment maps and information of La Junta only come in Spanish - perhaps the local tourist board will be interested in distributing them to english…Continue
It's been three months since we came to Chile, so in mid January we traveled to Argentina over on the other side of the Andes to get another three month tourist visa. We are going to apply for a permanent visa once we get our house built, but until then it is necessary to renew our visa every three months.
In Argentina we…Continue
Added by Emmauel on February 3, 2010 at 3:15pm — No Comments
To see any moon above La Junta is a big deal with all the rain we've been having recently, but to see a Blue Moon, well that's quite miraculous. I took this picture from our garden as the moon rose above the spectacular mountain range Montes Barros Arana, just outside of the village. None of us had ever seen the moom appear so huge and close and thus our Once in a Blue Moon experience was one for the picture… Continue