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... as ever with
churros, other sweet bakery goods, candy floss, fruit liqueurs, choccies and
dulce de leche in every form, including stuffed into the churros!
As well as adding sugar to ground coffee and drinking a huge
range of sweet and milky coffees, included instant mixes, one even with babycham
foam, all breakfast cereals are crammed with sugar – they boast of their high
fibre and low ...
... which is going really well. I have 4 hours of lessons in the afternoons, which after a morning of walking round in the heat sight seeing (with little sleep so far) is a little tiring. The trouble is my partying skills outweigh my language aptitude by a long way so my Spanish is coming along very slowly, but I'm still trying! It's bloody HOT here (it was still 30 DEGREES when we came home at 5am last night), which is lovely but will take some getting used to. Currently ...
... got to experience this trip and that we had the chance to do it together. Not only have we experienced multiple cities, cultures, foods, religions, languages, the list goes on; our relationship has become as strong as ever. It sounds cheesy, I know, but it's entirely true. We have met plenty of people along the way and have had great times with everyone, but in the end, have really relied on each other. Trusting one another and then of course learning and growing ...
... a male) we took the paperwork and spent the afternoon locating the mysterious Senasa (Argentina's Animal Control Office) building in Puerto Madero, thanks in large part to Mili’s great ability to ask for directions. We filled out some more forms, paid for some more stamps, waited a half-hour in the garden outside the office, and received the necessary papers. We double-checked with the clerks that this is all we needed. Of course they assured us that all ...
... vino, because what is a party in Buenos Aires without some Malbec!
The gathering quickly became a multicultural menagerie. People were forced to mix and mingle as most came in small groups with only myself as the common thread. As host, I took great pleasure the way everyone blended so well. As the clock ticked past 1 am, it was about time for us to get going and walk to the club. It was about a 30-minute walk and the price went up and the line ...