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... band love Murray so?
A question often asked
No matter what fate throws at him
He's the master of the task.
Aside: plumbing systems in both Chile and Argentina are sometimes substandard. Many toilets can't handle even the thinnest of toilet paper so there are reminders everywhere to place the paper in the trash can, not the bowl. You might want to consider bringing along your own ...
... when you are not paying attention, so my lesson was learned. My 3.5 year relationship with my iPhone came to an end. One positive thing to situation is that this was my third bad thing, so hopefully smooth sailing from now on. My observations: I am not in Canada anymore I must always watch my ****; I need to eat more vegetables; I had an unhealthy love for my iPhone; Argentina has much better style than the other SA countries I have been ...
... of booked to see something! Keeping with the French bohemian style, we had lunch at Cafe Tortoni. It's like stepping back in time. Interesting memorabilia is displayed in cabinets around the cafe and the artworks of famous artists who frequented the cafe hang on the walls. Our last thing to do on my BA wish list was to have some of the famous ice cream. Back at the dock we found an ice cream shop where we enjoyed lovely Italian style ice cream, delicious. Early flight tomorrow to Iguazu ...
... the hostel.
That nights the hostel Chris indulged in a traditional Pardilla BBQ for dinner, while I devoured soft cheese and red wine. I'm off chewing for a while so it seemed the most appropriate option for me, and they are two of my favourite things. We were both happy and decided to give the night life in Plaza Serano another go. The place was buzzing compared to the previous night. We tried their local spirit called Fernet which is 40% ...
... and as we bid farewell to Valeria, the sun comes out and the sky clears. Dammit. We’ll just have to return to Buenos Aires. So, would we return? Buenos Aires is considered the “Paris of South America”. The city is definitely European in its boulevards, buildings, and parks. It is a lovely city with a great deal to offer. Allen, who does not like urban environments, says he would like to return. I would definitely return here. I think ...