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... Buenos Aires - a reclaimed and reinvented wharf or port section of the city. It is quite new, tidy and reasonably fresh.
Monday was a public holiday in BsAs so there were quite a few people out enjoying the bright sunshine and lovely spring day. Nomes and I together with a couple from NSW who were staying nearby decided to hire some bikes for an hour and ride around the area a little. Whilst the bikes were quite rustic we did enjoy the adventure through ...
Thundered overnight but still wasn’t enough to drown out the
noisy neighbours so was happy the rain gave me an excuse for a slow start.
It cleared up by early afternoon so headed out to cash some
dollars – did try to change up at a hostel but they drop a peso from the blue
rate for their cut. It would seem the ...
... in La Boca: a famous area, renowned for brightly coloured buildings, lively shops and cafes, and the unique Bombonera ("Chocolate Box") football stadium, home to Boca Juniors. We hadn't counted on a marathon effort of nearly two hours in getting there, most of which involved working out Buenos Aires' baffling bus system, which seems to have been designed by a schizophrenic three year old. The routes, numbering and stops were simply incomprehensible. Anyway, ...
... all of this up to me being a hysterical traveler. However, as of 2010 Argentina led all of Latin America in traffic fatalities, and had a rate nearly double the United States in traffic fatalities per 100,000 people (19.7 vs. 10.6). Also contributing to this is the fact that drunk driving is fairly prevalent. Some friends of ours even had a drunk cab driver one evening, so worth being a little extra careful with the cabbies.
... In order to ride the buses here you need a SUBE card, kind of like a metro card, but you have to buy them in shops and the last two times I was in town (I had to use someone else's card to get there) nowhere had them for sale. So finally today we found a place that sold them and the guy was very nice and patient with us because I had to translate for the other girls and I could only get about 70% of what he was saying. Can ...