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... The people been baptized wore white with the youngest being 11 years old. Well have a busy couple of weeks ahead going to visit family for a week in the New Year's as well as some one from England coming on Wednesday for about 10 days. So I will be trying not to talk none stop with delight of been about to speak a language fluently, haha. Also Christmas which all I know is I probably be staying up on Christmas eve till 12 pm which is the traditional in Argentina. So good bye for know ...
... Evita is the only person I had heard of there so I took a quick snap and made my way back to the hostel. The hostel was putting on an asado that night so I joined in for dinner. That night the hostel was promoting a nightclub. I went for a look but it was pretty aweful and went back to the hostel to bed.
Sat 2/8 In the morning I set out to buy a ticket to Puerto Iguazu. The first and second metro stations that I got too were ...
... tipped on his head ,circling in a shark pool of intent,
Eyes smoldering with glistening coal,piercing the thick dark night,
Scuffed black shoes scrape,snap and stamp on the crusty cobbles.
Tango in the night.
Fingers meet hand , meet fingers, waists snap lock tight and grind,
A thigh drawn,lingers and melts on a black leg,ankle hooked and ...
... out the police report and trying to get all my cards cancelled (was too late they had already put 120 pounds worth of transactions on my cards) we went to La Boca and had an awesome time. We pretty much spent the next three days drunk at the hostel and in bars before deciding to get the f*** out of the city as, in three days, I was already about 1000 pounds down.
Robbed by a granny, donŽt think IŽll ever live that one down.
... such a buzzing city not too long ago was suffering political chaos. He explained to us how the Argentinean people were so traumatised by the events they will never let a dictator take control again. This was demonstrated by there being loads of parades and protests advising different politcal parties. Democracy is something that is taken very seriously here and they put a lot of effort into their politics. Gusto explained that during the military dictatorship ...