Hostel Colonial Buenos Aires
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Suppose to be colonial hostel Colonia. There were suppose to be bike for rent but they were broken.
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I left home 2 weeks ago and I feel like I haven't even left yet. I don't know what I did in Buenos Aires, but time went by too fast. I am hoping on the boat to Uruguay going to check out this small town called Colonia. The town was so small it took no time to find our hostel check in. The first thing I noticed about the hostel was there was no hot …
... left before heading to Rosario, birth place of Messi and Che Guevara, to watch the World Cup Final. I decided I wanted to go to a golf range, which I had found on the net, so that afternoon Eddie, an Aussie guy who came for the meal and wine the night before, and I jumped in a taxi to hit some balls. Unfortunately the golf range was nowhere to be found and had in fact been disbanded long time ago so we ended up walking around the nature reserve instead, drinking ...
... to where the transaction actually took place, two hard eyed women that looked like casino cashiers in Vegas, money counting machines, berrrry professional. Didn't bat an eye at my 3,000 I'll say that. Night time and comedy reigned supreme. Mike and Teri learn to dance the tango. We went to a really large hall full of mostly locals. Then men to one side and women to the other to learn the basic steps... The only problem being that all instructions were in very passionate Spanish, ...
... t even sell a stout, let alone Guinness, what it did seem to be was a place where all the young and pretty people meet prior to it turning into a night club in the not to distant future. I expect we'll return later to throw some shapes on the dance floor, I think we'll blend in perfectly. Seven o clock sees us back at the restaurant, struggle with the menu so we all choose from the Carne section, Deb and I order a 'complete' whilst Liz and Paul order individual dishes. Turns ...
... are from and bottomless wine give our New Years Eve celebrations an excellent start. We finish in time to join what feels like the rest of Argentina on the bridges of Puerto Madera for fireworks and cheers from every direction. Ash rains down on us as we get another beer and let the celebrations wash through. We walk back to the hotel to send the first of many tipsy "Happy New Years!" that our friends will receive and form our first dreams of the new ...