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We could also listen to gaucho music. Songs accompanied by the guitar, once it was from the guy who takes care of the animals in the Estancia. No tangos nor milongas here. They played and danced “Zambas” for us while they passed the mate around.
After some special days enjoying the hospitality of la Pampa and a few extra pounds, we returned to Buenos Aires by taxi. Incidentally, when we were going ...
... coses que vam fer al ranxo : visitar l’habitació d'un famós escriptor i poeta , Ricardo Güiraldes, que va viure al ranxo fa més de 90 anys. La seva habitació estava totalment moblada i era realment bonic. Al ranxo es va inspirar per escriure moltes de les seves obres, incloent una famosa novel.la sobre la vida d’un gaucho, traduïda a 36 idiomes que es diu Don Segundo Sombra.
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... we didn't stay out long. Oddly enough Felipe needed to unlock the door for us every time we wanted to leave and return. Given that he was a Norman bates character, it made for a odd feel. The next day, we were thinking of staying an extra night, but the bus timetable did not work in our favor so we headed back to buenos aires that evening. Awesome day, and glad we had the chance to see a bit of the gaucho lifestyle. I hope that these traditions remain and do not die ...
... of a home base. We went for a nice walk down our main street to get some food to take back to the hotel and found a really nice recessed pedestrian outdoor mall. We've walked past it many times and didn't notice it, but when we walked in it was really nice - high end stores, restaurants and theatres all secluded from the busy main street. Felt a bit like Yorkville in Toronto.
Off to the Tigre Delta tomorrow and then Mar del Plata the next day...
... museum, we then spent the last hour of the day walking around the main square of the town and looking at their church (which tends to be the crown jewel of all small pueblos in Argentina- most of the money goes into the construction and preservation of their Catholic churches).
It was a very full and productive weekend, despite my not traveling hundreds of kilometers away! Also I'm lucky because being sick and sleepy on a 20 hour bus ride home would have been no fun either!!