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... 8221;, but you can tell they are just towing the official line and given the opportunity to make a cut ,they would.
I deal with this issue on my first day,I wanted ,needed to change my dollars and some Uruguayan into pesos and I had heard all the stories of this situation from talking to travelers in the previous countries I had visited and I was not at all surprised that I was approached five yards from the bank by a black market dealer who was posing as a restaurant ...
... we had left it, which suited us just fine. After a quick outfit change and essential lippy applied, we headed back out the door for dinner and a few more drinks. We caught a taxi to Plaza Serano, an area we'd been told was good to p.a.r.t.y! It was a Thursday night so there weren't too many people out so we called it a night a lot earlier than expected. The plus side was that both of our taxi drivers were super friendly and we probably had two of the ...
... just dodged a bullet. I'm sitting in the airport at 34degrees with no air conditioning or ventilation. The hardest part is knowing the city is right behind me and I will not be able to set a foot on its streets. But I'm just about to board my 5th and final flight and will be heading off to the extremely cold climate of Ushuaia with a light jumper and leggings. Good one mags! First stop is to buy a massive warm coat when I can finally get out of these dam ...
... we then we still ate more. We finished up and left weighing twice as much and with our waists twice the diameter. We couldn't handle a walk home carting a whole cow inside us so decided on a taxi back to the hostel. Like a python on arrival we slumped into bed for a long sleep to digest. Tomorrow hopefully our day will contain more than eating. I can't promise but we can hope. Il let you know how it ...
... as we thought it might be a bit naff. We did, however, meet a
Belgian guy in our hostel who happily told us so much about tango,
and in particular how great a dancer he was himself, that we felt
like weŽd had enough of it anyway.
It turns out that since the last guidebooks came out about 18
months ago everything has basically tripled in price in Argentina.
Inflation is completely out of control and people are already ...