La Menesunda Hostel
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... for Mr. Bell and Mr. Hickman's classes. How far have we traveled? Remember that there are no traffic lights in the south Atlantic Ocean.
Today we had several activities that kept us busy. Nana did some serious dancing poolside
And we both did the one mile walk for breast cancer. We walked on the deck with several officers and crew members. We listened to a geologists, Milo's Radakovich speak about the earth's core ...
... even touching (of course that NEVER happens on
purpose). It's getting strange when people come after me, telling me
something in spanish (sometimes I'm glad I don't understand) and just
starring at me, walking with me for a bit, hugging me and kissing me on
my cheeks. I feel flattered, but every now and then it would be nice if I
wouldn't get invited into a hotel for 30 minutes or getting touched (25
degrees and shorts are NOT ...
On the cab ride from BA airport to our apartment, it was easy to see that Buenos Aires was the biggest city we had visited in South America so far. The apartment in Recoleta was really nice, with good bathrooms...this was exciting as we had recently been dealing with some ****** showers and toilets at times in Bolivia and even Chile. We were looking forward to staying in the one place for more than a few days too and it had a kitchen so we could have breakfasts in the apartment to save ...
... district- we both love animals but after going on safari in Tanzania last October, seeing these animals in their cages and enclosures just didn't do it for us. However, we had great fun feeding some of the animals (Nayan was too scared to let them eat out of his palm!). A walk around the Japanese Gardens finished our sightseeing around Buenos Aires.
The nightlife in Buenos Aires ...
... mausoleums, row after row set up like a small village - but housing the dead of the wealthy families of BA. It was eerie. Spent an hour there. Couldn't find Evita's resting place. Don't cry for us though... Not far away we did find the National Museum. Lots of old paintings and sculptures dating from the 11th C and plenty of contemporary artwork. Highlights included some Rodins and Rubens. I was dead in the water ...