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... nutty dulce de leche did not live up to previous expectations
Couldn’t find anywhere to top up the Subte card so ended up
walking all the way back to Monserrat, going through some areas I’d not
previously explored. Abasto and Once were more down to earth, with cheaper
shops and crowds of locals blocking every pavement – moved to the backstreets
to avoid the melee and saw little of note in the hour or so it took.
... over for a legitimate Argentinian BBQ. He cooked blood sausages (literally made of chunks of blood), regular sausages, and a huge slab of lomo meat. I tried a few times, but couldn't get past the fact that the blood sausages were literally-simply-blood. Mark loved them. I'm wondering if he is a vampire...? The next morning Juan dropped us at the Brazilian consulate on the way to work. Finally having all the required paperwork ...
To continue with my tradition with my long trips, I couldn't do it without learning a thing or ten.
Here would be my lessons learned from my solo travels.
1. PLAN AHEAD. I got lucky to always plan hostels ahead of my travels, but since I was in Patagonia for the high season I was extra thankful that I wasn't like the backpackers who were looking for places WHEN they got there. Besides that, however, ...
... for the scenes to return to a party type atmosphere as this was the last home game of the season for Boca. The noise levels started to rise and so did the rhythm of the jumping, we thought it would slow down as the first half wore on bit, but it never did. Then we thought when the other team scored and Boca were playing pretty badly it might slow the crowd down - it did the opposite, conceding a goal made the fans go up another level. With every missed pass and tackle by Boca it ...
... through their busy shopping area Florida where you are constantly hassled by people trying to sell you tourist trips, leather goods etc.
Went down to the renovated docks area Puerto Madera. It's a bit like our Canary Wharf. Plenty of new building and old warehouses converted into apartments and bars and restaurants. We're going back tonight for drinks and dinner.
Took a taxi to Recolta which is our favourite ...