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... a tiger. There was a 'repeat' in recent years as the Argentine Rugby Team is called after the same animal, but as the name is too long and the animal not so well known, they use the North American name Puma.
We went out onto another river in the Delta, the Rio Lujan (which flows into the Rio de la Plata). Then went into canals/rivers surrounding islands. 3,000 people live in this area, ...
... headed over to the Palermo district and visited Museo Evita, I've not seen the famous film and my only knowledge on this National Icon had been gained from the museum we had just visited. It was housed in a building which had been part of Evita's Social Aid Foundation and was an interesting collection of her words, videos and projects she was involved in. She really was quite an incredible woman and helped bring about huge changes for the poorer areas of the community. Being ...
... incredible live music and a some heart-stopping dancing. On a raised dance floor that was no bigger than my kitchen, the speed at which the milonga dancers whipped around both the floor and each other was astonishing. Some eye-watering injuries must have occurred just in getting the womens' dresses and the mens' hair to stay in place. Admittedly, we snuck out early when they rolled out a 90 year old solo singer with only an accordion player for accompaniment. MALBEC Goes with ...
... most unpopular in the history of the nation, if not the most. They weren't even democratically elected, for Britain's sake! It wasn't just Scotland that didn't vote for this Con-Dem coalition. So I am concerned that the independence movement is a knee-jerk and opportunist reaction to the current malaise in British politics.
That's not to dismiss it as a new movement, of course; I know it's been brewing for 307 years. The division between Scotland ...
... At one point one of the dancers got Lucas up on stage for a little tango! He was so funny looking at his feet the whole time, except I now suspect he was looking at something else!! I too got a dance with a sexy Latino man so we were both happy bunnies :) although my guy was actually a bit slimy and Lucas is probably the best looking guy ever! Our days were fairly relaxed; we walked around lots and practiced a few new juggling tricks in this beautiful park with amazing trees. ...