We continue with the stories of the 15-day trip to Nambia that we did in August 2016. On this occasion we left Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, to go to Sesriem: gateway to Sossusvlei and the Namib desert. That day we had to go to Sesriem where we would spend the next two nights.
Taking advantage of the fact that this week's guide to our low-cost weekend was published at Disneyland Paris, I wanted to publish a French recipe in the flavors section of the world. Look that I could have published the recipe for the cheese fondue that I made with my coworkers and that we were left with vice or the leek quiche that I made on Saturday for dinner, but no, I had to want to make macarons.
This article could also be titled "the worst signposted path of Catalonia", but let's go by parts. This summer we have decided to make one of the final sections of the road to Santiago and, for training, we have been trying to walk a lot for weeks, either by city or hiking. We wanted to make another section of the round road along the Costa Brava, but, as we always pulled to the north, this time we decided to head south.
This excursion consists of going by boat on Lake Argentino until you see the Uppsala glacier, the third largest in South America, and then visiting Cristina, a huge historic ranch where you can do various activities. The excursion begins in the small port of Punto Bandera, next to Lake Argentino.
As usual, that day we hit an early bird again. We had barely a day to visit Jaipur, since at half past five in the afternoon our train left in the direction of Kota to go to Bundi. For that reason, we ordered breakfast so that at 7.30 am I was ready. However, when we went down to the dining room very timely, they were just starting to prepare it and, instead of leaving at 8 am as we had planned, we left the hotel around 8.
Although, thanks to the bus station vendor, we were able to sleep for another hour, we also got up very early to have breakfast and go to catch the bus that left at 8. At the Longchamps Hotel they did us the great favor of keeping us for three days (free ) our bags and so at least we just had to carry some backpacks.