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A 20 hour bus journey later (this bus company was more punctual than the other) we arrived in BA, and jumped on another 2 hour bus to San Antonio de Areco. I have to admit that upon arriving we weren't all that enthusiastic. It was a tiny, quiet town and we didn't see anybody on the street. Apart from the dogs. Argentina seems to be overrun with …
Nadsadventure stayed here on Apr 7, 2011 during their trip titled: Nads' adventure through Latin America.
So Louise was idylly flicking through the guidebook when she turned and nonchalanatly asked me ¨Do you want to go to an Estancia and ride some horses and met some Gauchos?¨ I of course, being a game girl, immediately said yes, even though I only really understood the part about riding horses.
We hopped on one of the 5 buses we would need …
relaxing 5 days spent in sleepy little town, swimming in the dammed river watching the world flow by, perfectly hot for days in the shade of tree-lined riverbanks, and nights drinking wine and eating tastily
cool hostel owners Lucas y Carolina made us very welcome, bought Juliet a birthday lip gloss and treated us to our first asado, only …
The flight arrived without incident although I must confess that American Airlines movie selection was scarce and poor. I was not amused by Identity Theft one bit!
Customs was a breeze but they did make sure I had already paid the $160 tax for Americans, took a very unflattering photo of me and my thumbprint. I found my chauffeur immediately though, aka a cabbie sent by the hostel to fetch me. His English was as good as my Spanish so ...
After the bustle of BA coming to a town where the first hostel you try (El Puerto) has noone turn up when you ring the bell (even 20 mins later), and the second one doesn't either (at least this one had saying ring the bell and wait - I waited about 15 mins till the lady turned up) you know you have a small town. Kitchen was OK, breakfast was standard Argentine (basic and counted), also could't leave our bags the next day as she wasn't going to be there (I feel for anyone trying to check in then).
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