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... me digress for a moment.
Being raised in a relatively atheist household, I have had a vague interest in religion since I was young, even going as far as to want to be baptised when I was 14. Thankfully, my interest ended before the baptism came, I have remained religion free, though have become somewhat of a belief pickpocket - taking the bits from Catholicism, Hinduism, Islam and Buddhism that I like, and ignoring the parts I don't (mainly to do with restraint, ...
... speaking. Good read of my Half-Dozen-Portugese-Words accent. I showed a few photos. One boy showed me his of a monkey eating an apple! Que lindo! (Translation: to be determined, but I have heard it before. I am guessing how nice. Not even sure if it is Portugese or Spanish!). While I didn't spot the capuchin or howler monkeys again this time, I was totally amazed by marmosets. There ...
... from Minnesota, Vicky and Dave; a single woman from Ojai, California named Tia; a single former flight attendant and physicist, Fran from the DC area; Linda Trahan and myself; a single man from Atlanta, GA, Tom; and a couple from San Diego, Betty and Will and Bente, who I am not sure where she might be from. The group is a very good one and everyone seems to get along well.
Afternoon Walk on ...
... of the band.Two girls started talking to Kirsty after she walked out, asking if she had met the band yet. After a little bit of OMG and we love you later, she exchanged details with the girls with the promise that if she saw the band at breakfast, she would send the girls a photo. Talk about fanatics.We navigated the crowd and found a little bar where we sat down and had a few beers and chatted for a few hours before returning to the ...
... helicopter ride I would recommend just negotiating a taxi. I paid 100 pesos for a taxi driver that waited for me the entire day and took me back after I was done with both the helicopter ride on the Brazil side of the falls.
The only place that you pay for a visa in Argentina is when you enter the country via the Buenos Aires International airport (more info coming soon).
Once Inside the Argentinean Side