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Day 183 - La Boca

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot


... their buildings using the paint that was leftover in the port. They liked bright colors so all the buildings are brightly painted and decorated. The Italian immigrants painted the shop signs using an painting technique called "fileteado". These signs are beautiful, colorful and ornate and this tradition remains today and can be seen all over Buenos Aires.

Tango clubs were popular in this ...


A travel blog entry by jmsges


... Beevis and Butthead with Spanish subtitles. He can now say "Your mom sucks" and "Cornhole," so he's pretty confident that he can get us through the remainder of our Spanish speaking portion of the adventure. Another late night and early morning, for tomorrow we move on to Ushuaia! Tomorrow we go from our 90-100 degree weather back to the cold. Ushuaia has a high of 38 degrees tomorrow… Then tomorrow evening we get on our boat and depart for Antarctica! ...

Buenos Aires - Spanish and Porteno culture

A travel blog entry by reframed.abroad


... exchange, a black market for money developed where Dollars can be changed for 50% more value than with the official exchange rate. This generates massive cost savings for foreigners who are coming with Dollars or Euros to the country. Changing the money on the street seems a little bit dodgy but is very professionally organized. Current black market rates can be looked up on the Internet, so everybody is well informed before ...

I bought my first pair of shoes !!!

A travel blog entry by melr


Today I wandered around the Puerto Madero. it's the old area around the port that has been renovated and is now super trendy and it is really hot today and so it was a pretty good work out!!

Then I had to go shopping, it's been over 2 weeks, so I started to work my way down Defensa road, managed to clear out my wallet of both pesos and American dollars.

Ran back before ...

Now We're Talking

A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth


... seitan and I had a lentil hamburger. Both main dishes were very good, although Holly's side dishes were more tasty than mine. We agreed the restaurant from the night before was better, but we are glad we went to both. I had an incident from when we were walking around that I still regret. As we were walking on the sidewalk in front of the Ministry of Defense building, a woman in a wheelchair rolled up on the street next to us. She said something to me. She ...

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