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Although we are going to be back in Lima next week we said bye to most of our relatives as may not get a chance to see them all anyhow. Wipping out some tears, this morning we headed to Lima airport and at 1:30pm we were on board LAN 2425 flight to Buenos Aires.
The flight was just under 4 hours but due to the difference in time we arrived ...
... that I'll pay as soon as I can. Franzi came over at 3 and she, Tom and I walked up beside the docks, visited a navy ship that was open for visits and had a drink on the dock. Said goodbye to Franzi and Tom as I went to the bus station (which was more stressful than I anticipated as neither of us knew where the subte station is - when we found one we realised we were ...
... have to shop around, plus a bit of a walk from bus station.
Decided to overnight in BA and was able to change some of my
dollars and the Uruguayan pesos plus stock up on coffee.
As another lovely sunny day, decided to take the Tren de la
Costa back to the delta and see the bits I’m missed yesterday, the fruit market
and the Paseo Victoria. The former was nice but full of trinket and tatt shops
but also some working bits ...
... are 5kg heavier and counting..... Made our way back to Plaza de Mayo which is now beaming in fluorescent pink at night. Weird choice of color. Hernan said another couch surfer had asked him previously if Plaza de Mayo is pink because the President is a woman. I hope that person is joking. Then it would be funny. We took the first metro entrance we saw and boarded the train without realizing that it was the wrong line. There are 3 lines terminating at Plaza de Mayo and ...
Today was hot in Buenos Aires with the temperature reaching 30 with high humidity. Time zone changes are still playing havoc with both of us so it was another early start this morning. After breakfast we walked to the Cementerio de la Recoleta. It is where all the who's who of BA is buried including Eva Peron. The mausoleums were huge, some of them very well maintained and some of them in very poor condition. To get to the cemetery we walked through the posh part of town with all ...