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 …
... by the psychological impact the knowledge has on the grandchild: realising the person they thought was their father was actually responsible for their motherīs death is frequently too traumatising to deal with.
Watching an interview with one of the Madres, she says, of standing up to the dictatorship, "We did not consider ourselves brave. They were our children."
Today their banner reads, "Until victory, we will always want our children."
... inside. It was a bit morbid so we escaped back into the sun and decided to walk home and fully enjoy the streets of buenos aires as it would be our last time to explore on our own. That evening we were taken to a Tango show that would include a tango lesson given by the professionals, a full 3 course meal and a tango show to watch while we ate (deal much?!) Our tour group had already been the day before and they ...
... Then another policeman patted down my body by hand to check if I had any drugs taped to myself. It was a very thorough inspection, almost certainly the greatest anti-drug-smuggling checkpoint I’ve ever passed through anywhere.
Finally having cleared all departure inspections, I sat down at 12:36 a.m. at Gate 6. The Boeing 737-800 came in late from EZE and so my flight was delayed.
Thankfully there was so issue about my carry-on luggage as I ...