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... turned bad again.
Whilst inside I used the free wifi to message Patrick who I'd met in Salta. To my surprise he was online and out an about with his girlfriend Flor and asked if I wanted to meet them at the new Kirchner Cultural Centre. Until only a few months ago this was the old post office. They must have spent an absolute motsa renovating this builidng whilst still maintaining its original charm. Inside all the exhibits are free and you could spend an entire day ...
... and hope to get there or get a truck
We ride. Well once we get some cash which always is a problem, Argentina does not like British credit or debit cards. 6 banks later we ring HSBC to see what the problem is. Nothing they tell us try again .No help at all . We find a Santander Bank fortunately works.
Tom checked the bike it did not fix itself over night. We have a long way to go,if we are to be in BA to night.
The ride was ...
... the wealthy.
Palacio Barolo, or Dante's building, was designed by Italian architects with reference to Dante's Divine Comedy (3 distinct levels representing the three canticas for Hell, Purgatory & Heaven and 33 floors for the number of ‘cantos’ in the poem). When it was built it was the highest building in the city and was intended to hold the body of Dante in safety while the war raged on in Europe. The body was never actually brought to the city.
... who are searching for the offspring of their children who went missing in the same era. Apparently of those 30 000 people that went missing, if they had babies while in confinement, the government often adopted those children out. And so this group of "grandmothers" is offering DNA testing to anyone unsure of their heritage. One of the founders of this movement was reunited with her grandson within the last 2 months. -The architecture is a mix of ...
- No sos de acá.
You're not from here. (The local way of asking where I am from when they notice something peculiar about my accent)
- No. Yo nací en Israel, crecí en los EEUU, pero mi alma es Argentina. Y bueno, por ahora vivo acá.
No. I was born in Israel, I grew up in the US, but my soul is Argentine. So yeah, for now I live here.
This is the creative response to which I currently default when presented ...