Sadly Louisa Bowran our estancia manger had to leave us (nothing last forever as they say) and to take her exquisite smile to far of places to help save other souls, break hearts and no doubt do a fine job for who ever needs her impressive management and horse skills. She did a great job for me here and I was sad to lose her but she did help me to choose her replacement and did a great job in doing so. So wherever the wind has blown you Louisa te lo agradezco.
David and his wife Cris (the chosen ones) who were living in El Salvador arrived to run the estancia over a month ago and from what I can see they look as though they have been running an estancia all their lives. They drove all the way from El Salvador with their truck and two little dogs to take up the challenge of running La Margarita. It was a drive of a month. They left on the 25th of Dec and arrived here on the estancia on the 21st Jan to take up the manager’s post. David is a professional chef and Cris is an administrator extraordinaire having worked for some top companies doing just that and making a super job of it. As a team they are amazing. It shows that they have worked together on other projects for years. They compliment each other and have fallen into the rhythm of running the estancia easily. David is of course in charge of the kitchen and with his cooking’s skills and his experience is making our menu even better. Together they are the perfect hosts their ability to make guest feel at ease during their say with us is impressive and their ability to solve problems is amazing. To say I am impressed is an understatement and if you decide to come to La Margarita I am sure that you will be as equally impressed as I am.
This is a big welcome ( a little bit late sorry ) to Cris and David thank you for coming and making it all look easy.
This is David Cummings alias The English Gaucho hasta pronto