Caseron Porteno B&B
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... peeled off back to the hostel to figure out my movements for the next few weeks. I've basically decided to join Rach on her trip to Uruguay leaving Saturday. I've talked her into increasing the number of stops from three to four and come back a day later. So we're looking at a week. We should also be able to hook up with Ed at some point which will be cool. The following Monday Rach, Viv & Sam have booked flight tickets ...
... in BA seems to be extortionately expensive but Lisa found a great cheap place (Bendita Maldita Milonga) to learn tango and watch a typical tango orchestra. It was sooooo cool! The tango lesson was super hard (they say tango is basically walking, but Lisa doesn't walk backwards too often and Peter doesn't walk to a beat). It was a bit calamitous but good fun nonetheless. The experienced dancers came on and put us to shame and the crazy orchestra got going. Think accordions ...
... you can save a lot of money, though not hassle, by paying with cash. To cut a long story short, buying our onward flights involved us running through the streets of BA between airline offices and the bank, before they closed for business at 3pm (bloody banks) just to confirm our tickets. But mission accomplished we decided to treat ourselves to a Friday night out! You may have heard of, or even seen, the Argentine phenomena that is Fueza Bruta. Think Blue Man ...
We took one of those hop on, hop off bus tours yesterday. Good value - for about £15 each we spent all day taking these yellow open top buses around the city. Buenos Aires is vast, like all cities the areas are mixed. We compare where we're staying ( San Telmo,) to London's East End, there's definitely a West End & a Knightsbridge equivalent here, we saw them all yesterday. We 'hopped off' first in Florida St ( the ...
... all the luggage that i'd been left in charge Rich was met with a rather stressed girlfriend demanding to know where he'd been and we'd missed the bus. Not one of my finest moments particularly as he calmly pointed out that we still had 15 minutes to spare.
Watching the sunrise as we arrived into BA was very exciting. I've wanted to come here for many years and it has definitely not disappointed. We somewhat blearerily ...