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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
... while he was in residence,he loved talking to the tourists and having his photo taken with them. He was a poet and a writer and loved women for their beauty, their myth, their sensuality.their souls and their humanity,much of his paintings are of abstract nudes. His style was "cubist" but with a hint of reality ,he could make an abstract nude look very sensual without looking anything like a nude,but you could see that his eye knew what you were looking for .
His house is an ...
... we like tango, and told us about a tango workshop that would be taking place there at 9:30. We took two tango lessons before we made the trip, and this sounded like it might be fun. When we got there, we walked over to where the group was. A lady immediately came over to us and, in perfect English, asked if we friends of Sylvester. I told her no, but we were English speakers. So she let the instructors know this, and they were able to work with us very well. Her name was Doris. ...
... Ruta 40 part 2 took us to Esquel in the Lakes District. We had now come full circle since crossing into Chile some 4 weeks earlier. It was here we also said goodbye again to exuberant Aussies Sophie and Janine. We'd really enjoyed their company on and off since the Navimag ferry. We didn't linger too long in Esquel as it was expensive and difficult to get to places of interest and took a short hop up to El Bolson where we spent a couple of ...
... people standing over windows, supporting beams and stair walls. It was very, very overcrowded! Unless these ladies could see me and also summon my attention, it was fruitless to search for them. With disappointment in tow, I managed to find a few seats somehow and soon I was fast asleep. Shortly before we docked I awoke. Quite lethargically I walked towards the ground level on tandem with all the passengers. Most were calm and patiently queued in preparation to dismount. ...