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... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
... up through your hair move'.........my response.....****....quite literally.....typically the guy understands this one word out of the English language and decides to tell everyone over the mic about my little slip!! I then became the source of entertainment for the rest of the class!! All hilarity aside....I'm actually the only girl that the local guys danced with after.....apparently being useless at something is the way forward.....obviously this is where ...
On Monday 1st April I was invited to spend the night on the farm of Elena and Jesus. Ian and I were lucky enough to visit this farm 7 years ago, so I was happy to go and stay.
The farm is actually only about 18km from Villa General Belgrano and 3km from Santa Rosa, but you felt you were in a different world.
The farm is organic, with cows, horses, donkeys, hens, geese, guinea fowl and of course a ...
... was a walk to the falls, but turned out to be a walk along part of the falls. I was just beginning to comprehend how big they are when I realised that I had still not reached the largest waterfall, the Devilīs Throat. The photo above on the right, which is of the Argentinian side of the falls, shows only a small fraction of what there is to see.
The biggest difficulty in drafting this post ...
... Presidential Palaces. By the way - Lorena, my portena (B.A. local) friend told me that they only began illuminating the palace with fuscia lights at night when Cristina - Argentina's first woman president - was elected. It's like Barbie in the White House!
Well, my second day (Friday) was cool, and a little bizarre, in the best way. I set off in the morning, with the best of intentions to go to the Argentinian National History Museum. But the sun was shining, and ...