"That sounds amazing! I flew in to Mexico city, spent some time with friends of the friend I was travelling with who lived outside of the city, and then travelled down to Yucatan via Palenque (sorry about the spelling) and Tulum. We tried to avoid…"
Yes I do organize polo vacations! I have an incredible place in Pilar, Argentina (Paul Pieres' Polo Lodge - Estancia La Escondida) to take guests...I am helping them offer more service and more of an Argentine/Buenos Aires experience than their current polo vacation package offers...at no extra cost. Vacation In Argentina Issue 1.pdfHere is my presentation package, the first 2 pages are mine and the last 2 from Paul, there are pricing details on the last page. If you or anyone you may know are interested...please feel free to contact me...it would be my pleasure to help sculpt an Argentine vacation just for you! I will be offering these packages each year during the months of feb/mar/apr and also during the months of oct/nov/dec (during both Argentine polo seasons).
Hm...I mainly get my equipment from other players or clubs or order them online. Catherine Goad just posted a comment about how she's selling cheap equipment on ebay. Maybe check that out?
Good luck and let me know how it goes.
Hello Ellen, Queretaro is a well kept secret, a colonial jewel in the middle of the country. It sits between Guanajuato and San Miguel de Allende. It is a tranquil place and fabulous for polo. I get to practice every morning a couple of hours before going to work. The mood is laid back. Did you get to come anywhere close when you were here?