B&B Tango & Bandoneon
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Tango & Bandoneon guest house, reading Gilbert, Marquez, and more. Montserrat, flea markets, endless searches for leather bags, Italian vibes and pasta, steak, red tango shoes, cooking meals in the shared hostel kitchen, too much alcohol with fellow hostellers, markets, wandering. B.A. felt like a melancholy European city with an undercurrent of South American heat.
After a good flight we arrived in Buenos Aires, which was looking green and purple from out of the sky.
After a some what difficult start at the airport. Because we hardly couldn't get some money out of the ATM's just like the other travellers. So all the tourists were a bit lost but we finally found a ATM which gave some …
... at two caipirinhas (after promising it would only be one). Tuesday 23rd September Realised we were one caipirinha's worth short of enough money to pay for our hostel and get the bus to Argentina. Hadn't quite calculated correctly due to the national park entry being higher than expected. Oops. This meant an annoying 40-minute round trip to the bank to get R$10, the value of which was less than the bank fees for withdrawing it :/ Got the bus to Argentina, with a couple of stops ...
... devoid of tango and debauchery. Determined to bring the district back to life, the artist Benito Quinquela Martin turned the place into his canvas, painting and sculpting the walls and trees, and embellshing the area with every colour imaginable. This brought the vibe back to La Boca. That and the enormous soccer stadium, La Bombanera.
The weekend after Dad and Sibling left South America I stayed in a notoriously nocturnal hostel, ...
... so it looked like coffee. Ridiculous!!
We stayed until half time as it looked like the team were going to lose, so we didn’t want to hang around to see what happens! It was a good experience to watch the game with the locals.
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On the street by the riverside it seemed to be some sort of perhaps birthday tradition for everyone to take the birthday girl outside and pour ...