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Nice place to stay after a day at the estancia. Felipe the owner, was a Norman bates type character, luckily Katya didn't run into his mother in the shower.
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... de l’hospitalitat gaucha i amb uns quilets de més ens en tornem a Buenos Aires en taxi, uns 100 km. Per cert, que quan passàvem per un peatge, els cotxes es van posar a tocar la bocina i vam dir, què passa? Resulta que es queixaven perquè hi havia cua al peatge (potser 5 cotxes davant nostre) i el peatge va obrir les barreres per deixar passar sense pagar. No és estrany que el país no pugui pagar els deutes...
... d’estar i ens va fer servir delicioses empanades de pernil i formatge amb coca cola i llimonada, aigua i també una espècie de sangria però de vi blanc.
La segona cosa que ens va donar va ser una ampolla de repel.lent de mosquits i la tercera, ens va preguntar si volíem sortir a muntar a cavall. Emocionats...varem dir que si, però no en teníem ni idea...
Els cavalls eren molt bons i mansos...fins que ...
First thing I saw after waking up after a good night's sleep and opening the curtains, was a deep blue sky. It looked like it was going to be a gorgeous day! They gave us a little weather forecast the night before and said 32 C (90F). Pretty good after the snow and freezing temps we had back home.
The time difference between Buenos Aires and home, turned out to be 4 hours. Not bad at all.
So today we had a full ...
... the high ceiling.
There was much more to social tango than the steps to the dance itself! I learned that night that if a woman crosses her ankles it means that she is uninterested in dancing, but if you cross your legs its an open invitation to have anyone ask her to dance! Also, if you agree to dance with someone, you're agreeing to dancing a set- four full songs instead of just one! Also the sets are broken up with about thirty seconds of songs that seem very out ...
... along with optional fun cultural activities!
On Monday I had my oral exam that helped the professors decide what level of Spanish class to put me in. I was very nervous but it went very well! It was a combination between question and answer, a formal self-introduction, interpreting a newspaper comic, and then being a part of a skit in which I had to ask my boss for a raise! They placed me in the highest available level Spanish class for my program, so I believe it went ...