End of the World Hostel - La Boca
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... dancing was excellent. It showed how Tango changed through history, how it became really popular when it spread to the working class slums where many immigrants lived. It finished with showing the more modern tango where the feet and legs move so quickly. The musicians were also excellent, clearly loving what they were doing.
The next morning we joined up with a Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires. Our guide Gaston was a young guy who with about ...
... getting closer to 5 o'clock (the time I had to pick up the girl from her class) and I knew I had to take the bus, which is much slower, but not which one. I phone the only two peoples numbers that I had who could help me in this situation. However, one of them did not have signal at the time and the other person was in a meeting so could not answer. So asking a lady in line for a bus if the ...
... line 3
blocks from where it was in reality and then, when I finally arrived, was
passed from pillar to post. Finally got a helpful guy who told me there were no
records and they deliver the same day everything they get – if there was any
delay it would be at customs. He telephoned my delivery guy but he didn’t
remember a package from England but suggested I try the local commercial office
where undelivered items are returned for collection.
... giant metal flower. I wasn't too impressed but it was a stop Rach and Ash wanted to make. But there was some cool metal weaved artwork nearby which I enjoyed. We got back on the bus intending to get off at Chinatown. I was listening on the audio guide hard for it - as its not a stop blindingly obvious to the naked eye. We got off one stop after it supposedly. We walked around for a while and just when we had given up - we found it! Much to ...
... refurbished into apartments and cafes. The bridge, with what looks like an exclamation point on one end, is Puento de Mujer. I recall millions of children taken away from mothers back in the 70s during the military dictatorship. Mothers, and grandmothers, marched for days on end for their lost children. No individuals, nor groups, were allowed to protest, but it was ok to keep moving. So the women marched. I thought ...