End of the World Hostel - La Boca
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... 2 hours of a 3hr lesson as we had dinner reservations, thankfully. Well, I discovered I did have rhythm for 2 steps but that was it, the 2 left feet took over and watching others gracefully rub their legs in their dancing partners groin region I felt it was a safe decision to make way to our dinner plans at the infamous La Cabrera restaurant in Palermo to enjoy a huge steak Argentinians are renowned for and end our final night in BA on a high.
It has to be said ...
... 10 lanes of single traffic. I'm not too sure how they've managed this, if there was some sort of disaster that meant remodelling the city.
Back at the hostel I sat to watch an acoustic duo with a few beers to take the edge off. The covered a lot of stuff myself and Nik also play and I couldn't help criticing. For the most part I think we come out on top. I finally bailed around half 12 for a very appealing bed.
... ball at a snail pace. I did however score four to make us win 4-3. Wendy's horse decided to stop turning right so whilst I was trying to score the goals, her horse was wondering off. It was very funny! Our last stop for the day was a last huge steak on La gran taverna restaurant. A recommendation from Fernando of where local people go for steak and boy was it tasty!! I officially love Buenos Aires. Even more than Rio. Can't believe I'd ever say ...
... inhabitants in and around the city of Buenos Aires and 3.5 million live in the city proper. That tells me that traffic is crazy with lots of taxis, buses and rail servises moving all these people around on a daily basis and more concentrated during the week. It was surprising to learn that over 50% of the population are Itatian as the immigrants began arriving in 1870. There were a lot of Irish arriving due to the famine as well. Over time Spanish has become the ...
... finishing work to getting on the plane was not enough time to get everything sorted. Moving house and having a MRI scan on the same day is not ideal.
Anyway, this wouldn't be the last time we would be running low on time and in a rush!
Arriving in Buenos Aires, Argentina after a very bumpy ride. Sitting in the taxi driving to our hostel we look at each other and say, "we're in South America".