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... no problems all for the cost of £2! Upon arriving in Arica, Chile's most northern town, I checked into my hostel. Well, what a welcome! I was greeted by the campest Chilean man (who actually has a wife!) I have ever met with two kisses on my cheeks followed by a beer being placed in my hands. The hostel was small but had the best atmosphere. Andy came over for a beer as he was staying elsewhere and upon asking Roberto where he would recommend to eat dinner he said that we would ...
... seen, done, eaten and drank everything he thought a foreigner to Chile should to experience the best of the country.
We finally decided that we would book a tango show for tomorrow evening and just have a walk through San Telmo today. San Pedro González Telmo, to use its proper name, is the oldest barrio (neighbourhood) in Buenos Aires and is characterised by its colonial buildings. Cafes, tango parlors and antique shops line ...
... way to orient ourselves and to get to know the different districts a little bit. Over the next week and a half we went back to most of the districts, but in particular San Telmo. After five party packed days at the Milhouse hostel we moved to a more chilled out hostel in the middle of San Telmo. Before I move on to that though I’ll tell you about Scott’s birthday, which occurred three days after we arrived in the city.
We’d previously met an Irish ...
... in preparation
for tonight’s noise – World Cup Final, Argentina vs Germany. The locals were
already well oiled by lunchtime, drunkenly shouting, sounding horns, banging drums,
singing and stamping their feet. Once they lost it was only going to get worse
- funnily enough it was deathly quiet when the Germans got the winning goal but
went downhill later.
... boxes and I'm pretty sure this tour is gunna be MADD. The Last Supper. Last night with my home boys. Unfortunately Steve was unable to attend due to his situation. Fair call but. Steve, your forgiven already. This has been the hardest bit of my trip so far. I didn't want to let go of their hands. Eyes watering up, hands are shaking, my bottom lip was wobbling. Cya Steve, cya Tom, cya Shaun. Slowly walking away, I stopped to do the look back expecting them still to be waving and there already gone. ...