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... must learn more about them. There are big red hawks, huge pigeons, and tiny gold song birds - so lovely, they make such a racket. I swear there's a peacock around here too. My spanish is getting much better, I think it's just practice and confidence. The language barrier can be a bit isolating at times but everyone is very friendly and it adds a whole new layer of adventure to everything- I had a very simple conversation with a guy from Buenos Aires in ...
... but on another planet, near from where Jon comes from! The poor guy has been wearing the same shirt for the past 5 days but to give him the benefit if the doubt perhaps he is washing it at night... He has now informed us that he is dating a brain surgeon (no jokes) and that he suffers from tininess which is a disease of the ear where you constantly have a ringing sound in your ears. No wonder he seemed like he was on another planet the first few days and didn't know what ...
... to my concert. Two days later I head to Mendoza to hit a chocolate store before heading to Chile for three days. Then I come back and go to my youth group and church for the weekend before flying home on Monday! And not even home, but to the Delaware/Philly/New York/New Jersey area, where I will be able to have a divine Thanksgiving with my family, see my friends, go to two more concerts (awesome Christian ones), share some awesome Christmas shopping, and celebrate my mom's life! ...
... that is she sang, "don't cry for me Argentina...." You know the one. Anyway we have never experienced anything like it with all the mausoleums and coffins.
Every Saturday in the some of the squares dotted around the city, markets pop up selling local food, clothes and crafty souvenirs. We wondered from one and then on to the next taking in the atmosphere. That evening we met up with the boys again ...
Following our tour, we walked to a very old Jewish synagogue -the oldest in South America, but because yesterday and today are national holidays, they were not open. This was a disappointment, but we did get some pictures of the exterior.
Then, befitting our last day in Buenos Aires, we got sprayed. On the tour we took the first day, there was a couple who experienced this, which is a local way of pickpocketing. One person sprays you ...
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