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... beers watching the sunset over the Two Brothers on Ipanema beach - just perfect! And then it was time for a quick shower before we caught a taxi to the airport and then home.
I've now been back home for four days and it feels strange to think that the adventure is over. I thought it would be strange to be back after travelling for almost ten months, but within minutes everything felt normal again - I guess I just adapt quickly! For me that was the end of one adventure and ...
... football stadium for Boca Juniors which is known to the locals as the Bombonero due to being shaped like a chocolate box. I decided to seize my chance to see some Argentine football and went to see Boca vs Arsenal (yep, there's an Arsenal in Argentina and they suck here as well). Boca Juniors are the most successful team in football history alongside AC Milan and have produced many famous footballers like Diego Maradona and Carlos Tevez. Riquelme also plays for them and is ...
... for is we managed to get two seats each. Not lucky for us, it was sweltering hot and I had to ration my water to last the ride, with limited success. I read more Harry Potter until my phone died and then napped. Arriving back in BA, our fruit confiscated at customs to my dismay. Should have seen it coming. **** son that sucked. Anyway, we walked back to the Hotel. Once at the hotel, Ash and I weren't hungry, but Rach off course was - so we headed to ...
Sundays in cities around here are a day of rest. That means that basically everything is shut down, stray dogs and tumbling newspapers roam, and the streets are quiet. However, Sundays are also a day where people get together in a few select spots. In Montevideo those spots ...
... spent in Uruguay is chilled. Filled with Veru being caring,mum like,cooking,taking care of us all. What a treat.Andres playing his cello.Little things in life. In the evening they have a drink with his friend and I am off to milonga.Found on internet.Taking a bus. Ok.Sit next to s friendly moustache gentleman.Where is San Jose street?I will take you thete.So nice.He wants to speak English i answer in Spanish.Walks me to the ...
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