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learning spanish with natalia de punto spanish, cassie the american who hated india, ivan and erlen the norwegians
the great storm, the wind rushing in like a wave, the rain pounding down, battening down the hatches, watching the storm, the buildings silhouettes against the yellowed sky
the dirty river beach where portenos go to …
... the houses began to look worse. We asked each other whether this was going to be okay or not, and agreed that if we did not like it we really did not have to stay. Turning through the gates of 909 Guemes we were met by Letty our Dutch host, whilst we asked the taxis to sit and wait for us while we viewed it. The plot which is probably an acre and a half has 4 houses on it with the main one being Letty's house, two others which are permanently let out and the one ...
... tickets to Puerto Iguazu but ended up walking in the wrong direction although I saw a bit of suburban Salta and a dead cat. That evening we managed to make our own St Paddys day at the hostel where a group congregated around the hostel table and we drank and shared some good laughs. We even had an Irish couple there to make it more authentic though I'm sure it was their worst St. Paddys they've ever had. That evening we said bye to Jess and Dan as they were getting the night bus to ...
We made it to Salta! We were pretty excited at the thought of finally getting off the bus after about 30 hours of travel, if you include all the waiting around as well. The hostel was quite close to the terminal, but according to our map it was a fair hike, so we got a taxi. The guy seemed pretty annoyed at not going that far, as it turned out. When we arrived, the room was already ready and we made the most of having hot water to have a shower! ...
... spread of salads, Enrique himself had prepared the Asado - it seemed to be his speciality. This was the best meal that we had eaten in Argentina and from Niyati's perspective, the best Asado she has ever had. I couldn't eat the Asado but I could definitely see that it looked and smelled amazing. Enrique ensured that there was never a moment when our wine glass or plate was empty. What also made the meal very special apart from the food itself was the fact ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service