And they live in a sort of home on caterwheels out on the plains—the llanos.
We will find the wild cattle or the buffaloes upon the Llanos.
We will strike southward, and then west across the Llanos to the old mission.
In crossing the llanos they lost their way and their horse cast his shoe.
The sun was as hot as upon the llanos along the river Balsas in Michoacan.
The economy of the Llanos is less simple than that of the Chaco Salteño.
Their character is not less grand or original than that of the Llanos which precede them.
Others may have come to the llanos from the capital, but, if they did, I am not aware of it.
We bivouacked in a valley on the verge of the llanos, and the next few days were spent in raiding cattle and preparing tasajo.
Above the lake extended vast "llanos," lofty plains, covered with grass, where the herds of the Indians grazed.