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... talking to this lad on reception called Nacho. We were asking him all sorts of stupid questions and then we got onto the topic of sport and asked him did he play any. Before he could reply we were like "don't tell us, don't tell us Nacho. We will guess". At this stage you could tell he had no time for any of this **** but he couldn't be rude to the customers so he had to humour us. We must have named every sport imaginable even all the weird ones. "Is it ...
Our flight landed at Ezeiza airport south of Buenos Aires at the Friday afternoon rush hour, so our first hour in Argentina riding in the "Remis" (Argentine for Taxi) was not pleasant. We were stuck in heavy, stop-and-go traffic creeping through some seedy looking southern barrios of the city on a hot and humid day. Finally, the Remis entered the widest boulevard we have ever seen - the 9th of July Avenue. We counted 20 lanes of car traffic plus 4 lanes in ...
... on schedule I guess. Just as certain as butter and bread goes together, so does flu and travel for me. But nothing that a few pills and nasal spray can't take care off. Well, landing in Buenos Aires feeling exhausted, but way more relaxed, because now I was here, and the sun was shining. Don't really now, if ezezia airport is supposed to be a busy one, because things went quick and smooth. And then the ...
... church, we marveled at the enormous rubber tree with its huge tentacle-like lower branches appearing to be held up by the statue of a man. It’s known as the Gran Gomera and was planted in 1791 by Martin Jose Altolaguirre, the owner of the land back in that time and is 50 meters wide.
At the end of the tour, we rushed off in a taxi to the Café Tortoni to watch the Tango performance for which we had bought tickets earlier that day. The show was just ...
... no effort whatsoever these people created so much heat and passion, while still looking elegant and proper. Towards the end of the night Sam and I plucked up the courage to get up and dance among the professionals. Our dance was very basic, but we managed not to bump into anyone or make fools of ourselves. Later in the week we went back again with a Canadian couple from our hostel. With our second lesson we learnt a new move, and with two moves under our belt we felt like ...