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Arriving early on a Monday morning into Buenos Aires we were expecting the traffic to be chaotic, yet we found the streets completely void of traffic and people and arrived at our hostel in no time at all. Figuring that maybe as the Argentinean's in Buenos Aires are renowned for partying hard, they must all start their day later than by normal …
... of Paddington, Sydney. Back at the hostel we had become friends with a group of people, two Danes, two Columbians, two Americans and a German. It didn't take long for the guitar to come out and the singing to begin. We spent all evening/night just sitting outside enjoying the company, singing, drinks and food. We even got a lesson in Columbian dancing which was interesting to say the least! Overall, a very nice chilled out and happy day, we love Buenos Aires! Apart from the ...
... my dog) will have to be in the crate longer
Thankfully, I didn’t listen to her. After my purgatory in
awkwardness was over, I was hustled over to the 1st class check in
counter, where I was told that the crate I had for Val was no good because it
didn’t have BOLTS… My heart immediately starts racing as the pick apart my
crate saying that technically, you can’t have a crate with latches or ...
... Dorrego in San Telmo, a little touristy, butI loved it!
Tourist Cassandra with her amazing guide Diego (also a walking map) hobbled around BA all day in my hiking boots due to a weird foot pain... Jardin Japones was a great place to rest in the sun and take in the beauty of the garden. Floralis Generica ( a large flower instalation) and Reserva Ecologica were enjoyable because of the beautiful sunny day. I thought it was winter!? Having no ...
... was an added bonus, although I think the last time I queued outside a building for food was at Lou Macari's chippy.
On our journey to Montevideo the following morning, we passed through the famous town of Fray Bentos, situated just on the Uruguayan side of the border. If you want to look around a museum that has been created in the factory of a former meat reclaiming plant then this is the place to be, a
real tourist trap. Our hostel in Montevideo was located in the ...