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Day 4: Thursday, November 6, 2008 Our day started out with a phenomenal massage given by an Armenian named Arsen. For $17 each, plus a BIG tip, Katrina and I got the massage of our lives. There wasn't a muscle, tendon, cartilage, bone, joint was left untouched. He massaged all 206 bones in each foots. That is 824 bones with both of our feet. Since …
... amène au haut de la "tour" où on a une vue époustouflante, puis encore plus haut où on est assis dans un espace des plus restreints avec le "phare" que Tomas active et promène sur la ville... Y'a un sens de l'humour Tomas... à un moment donné, y superpose la chauve-souris de Batman sur le phare... j'imagine juste les "mortels" en bas qui voient çà !!! Je crois comprendre que ce phare avait été à l'époque développé pour "parler" au phare de Montevideo en Uruguay, mais ...
... of shoes in a dance shop. Although the stiletto seems to be the heel of the moment there was a variety of heights, and every design and shade you could possibly wish for. Having tried on a few pairs in several different shops I began to get a feel for what fitted my foot best and what it is I was looking for, and accordingly we headed for the tango shoe shop of all tango shoe shops Comme Il Faut.
Comme Il Faut ...
... I had my guard up all the time. Walked
quickly with the New Yorker “Don’t Bother Me” look on my face. Instead of
relishing the fact that I was in the supermarket for over an hour to buy about
10 items, I was upset it took me so long. I am reminded of a quote, and I am
paraphrasing here, but Bill Bryson speaks of the joy of travel makes the
mundane experience a new adventure. I should have enjoyed the rebirth of
sensory overload that I had ...
LA BOCA! so called 'dangerous' La Boca was no threat. We checked out the famous stadium and were refused entry, they are getting the stadium ready for Wednesday nights game, La Boca vs Corinthians. I checked out the Caminito, where there's colourful buildings, parilla's and tango dancers in the street, although none were dancing at that time, boo! The worst thing was dodging DOG POOH! Yes, it was everywhere, worse than Cuba and Paris. ...