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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... of did everything by the seat of my pants. I think if I had planned a little bit better I would have gotten to actually SEE Perrito Moreno and not missed out the thing to do in the south.
2. Make friends. Traveling alone is freeing, but friends are necessary. I was lucky to know people in Buenos Aires to meet up with, and I also had to make friends quickly in new cities. It got difficult by the end constantly ...
... It was the diverse 18th century architecture throughout Buenos Aires that got me. I got a little snap happy in the centre... I have a weak spot for historical structures, which were everywhere! From the phallic obelisk, the pink presidential palace casa rosada, from which Evita pleased her crowds, the colourful homes in la boca, the interesting colonial boutiques in San telmo... Pillars, angels, gargoyles. Even the zoo is crammed with beautiful structures and aviaries. ...
... christened. The most ornate church I have been in and that's saying something after seeing churches in Malta and Gozo. The church has always been like that apparently, it hasn't been done up because of it's link to the pope but everyone here is very proud of him and quite right too.
Julian advised us not to get the metro at peak times so we went in to the centre about 11.00 am, hardly rush hour. ...
... Mexico, since he's from there) craved. I was so down. Food? Count me in. But. Then we got to the mall, close to where the bus stop is, and everyone changed their minds because it was really far. So the majority of the group went off to the food court in the mall to eat-wait for it----KFC! Haha! Alexeiv, Alfredo, and I still went to Caballito. Oh my gosh, it was AWESOME! It was this cultural festival with tents from a bunch of countries throughout the world. Paraguay, china, ...
... the road for over a half hour,
probably waiting for the delisious food! hehe! Then
we ran in to a cow in the middle of the night, I was sleeping for that!
So an eventful bus trip all round!!
We arrived in Buenos Aires round 11ish, had a good feed + made our way
to our hostel on the subway! Our room wasn`t ready yet, so we dropped
our bags + went for a wander around the streets! All walked out, we went
back to the hostel, where we had ...