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... competition (we came second, not bad).
The next day we went on a bike tour of the south of the city for the afternoon. Buenos Aires is kind of split down the middle – to the north are the richer and posher districts, and to the south are the poorer, traditionally working class ones. We first cycled to the Plaza de Mayo where we heard about the infamous rightwing dictatorship, or The Process (El Proceso), of the 1960s which resulted in the Dirty War (Guerra ...
... sorted out some laundry and got a dodgy hair cut. I checked into a busier hostel where I could meet some new friends. The rest of the day I mooched around the shops and had some steak. I met some people at the hostel and headed to a club. The club was a bit weird and I again ended up on my own so decided to go back to the hostel.
Waking up a little worse for wear the next morning I wanted to do one more ...
... He is telling me some crazy anecdotes for every single place in Latam I’m planning to pass by.
We will probably meet each other in Iguaçu falls and for sure in Santiago del Chile.
But the highlight of the day: I finally discovered where those "noises" were coming from.
Since the first night (and day) in the hostel I could ear times-to-times some clear sex-related-noises (not very loud to he honest but clearly ...
... took the bus to Recoleta cemetary. At 11 they have a free guided tour in Rnglish - it was so good!!! The stories around the graves are incredible, Evita Peron is burried here: she was born without knowing her father. Her husband was elected president on 1946. She was so good to the poors. She died of cancer age 32. Her body was reserved. After 4 years the dictatorship took place, and her body was sent to Europe for 44 years. She is now re-burried ...
... the portenos, as the locals are called, stand in neat single file queues while waiting for the bus. It is a very orderly and polite affair, and lends an air of cooperation to the vibe here. Although this is a very big city it has quite a laid back feel which is helped by the many parks which are full of people enjoying life. Almost all of the people we have encountered are very nice. We returned to the hotel, quickly got ready and headed out for sushi at a ...