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... my way (the great Argentinian beer) and I started talking with a group of students coming from Rosario. To be honest I lost a bit the perception of time-passing: the atmosphere was good, good vibes, good people, a live concert from the big stage, another beer… and the sunset arrived (May in BA is late fall it means sunset at around 6pm) and suddenly I realized that Place de Mayo was completely full. Impossible to move, impossible to leave. Obliged to live the ...
... Just over 80 people from all over Australia, although I'm the only Tassie boy !
Only had a couple of beers. Everyone still pretty tired. We board our ship tomorrow afternoon to start our journey to Antarctica . Oh my God, how exciting !!
Went back to my room at 8pm. Room mate was asleep, so thought I would work on getting my first entries written and published.
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... enough of them yet. While we were sipping our G&Ts and finishing our sandwiches we met an English guy called Joe and 2 swiss guys. We chatted and then played pool (the most tragic game ever) and then somehow we were roped into this free tango lesson that the hostel were giving! It was so funny! I ended up being partnered with Joe, which was hilarious, yet I think we got the steps nailed! After this lesson and some more drinking, I ...
... telling the stories behind the history, people and constructions. Retiro is one of the northern districts and is where the wealthier residents live. A lot of the nicer buildings date from the late 1800's to early 1900's and is heavily influenced by the French style of architecture. It is easy to see how Buenos Aires became known as the Paris of the South.
The tour finished at a cafe in Recoleta where we had a bite of lunch. ...
A very original title, because I can't think of anything more imaginative now!
To get to Buenos Aires, we had a 22 hour bus ride to get there. We left Friday at 2, and arrived just before noon. We all paid the extra $28 to upgrade to the better bus, and it was well worth it! There were only 3 seat across, so you had extra personal space, plus we had more leg room. The seats also reclined pretty far, so it was pretty ...