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... full 7 games and I could now only pick up my tickets in Cuiaba as that's where I had my appointment. I decided to not think about the money and just get on with it. As my potential flight to Cuiaba would now not leave until 12/6 I contacted Willian a mate of mine in Sao Paulo asking if I could stay with him for one day to which he kindly offered, so I was set and wouldn't have to die in Sao Paulo on my own for 24 hours. Once I researched the best ...
... selves. We had a night out at a music festival, a night at a crazy dance performance thing then out to a club, a night watching La Bomba Tiempo (the time bomb) who played crazy Latin drums that just got you dancing. We visited Recoleta Cemetery, full of giant mosques built for dead loved ones, some holding multiple coffins where loved ones had been buried together, we got coffee and cake in the hip soho area of Palermo and even got filmed during ...
... and flour all over her. We saw it a number of times and there were white stains all over the floor. One girl got a bottle of coke poured over her over the top of it all too…what a mess!
Food & Drink
Favourite Local Dish: Still steak J
New Tastes: Parilla – Argentinian BBQ Feast
International McDonalds Meal: Triple Burger with Bacon
Local Beer: Quilnes
... people. We really felt sorry for the poor bus attendant lady who was trying to make everything work out for everyone on board, she was running around and standing in line for people and they didn’t seem to appreciate it at all. We were just glad that it wasn’t us that held the bus up, but as it turned out our crossing over with the reciprocity papers all done and paid for ($100 US for us to get in) was one of the most simple to ...
They say it takes Two to Tango. I thought this meant two people, now I suspect it means two years ! Its really hard to learn !!
Yes, with Lauren's ankle finally getting better, we have been going to a few Tango lessons. There are 2 popular venues relatively close to us. "La Catedral" is considered the number 1 venue in Buenos Aires, at least for visitors who are looking for the “milogna” authentic experience rather than the Tango Shows ( Tangerista ). ...