Marcopolo Inn Nautico
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... we were on, leading up to the town, had turned into a raging torrent. The wind began to blow a bit harder and the tree was offering less and less protection so we decided to make a dash for it. Three hundred metres up the road, we came to church with a big covered area in front of it and joined the others sheltering from the rain. The rain was so heavy that even with ponchos we got quite wet.
A bunch of school kids soon joined us and they looked pretty much ...
... We then took a cab to the Bus Turistico depot and got 24hour passes to ride on one of the many yellow tourist buses with open tops and headphones explaining what you are seeing. They drive around town and you can get off and on at any of the 35 stops they make. At less than $25 per day per person, its really a good deal. Once again Beunos Aires comes through with the inexpensive transit. We got on and Debbie was very nice to offer to let me go to ...
... but it was huge. We also checked out Campo Argentino de Polo, which is the big arena for playing polo. Then we decided to walk back up to Plaza Serrano, where all the bars are. Took us probably around 40 min. We got some afternoon beers, to celebrate the trip. It was Nick's last hours. The beers were good and the time was running out for Nick, so we got a taxi back to the hotel. Nick borrowed our shower and then it was 6.00 pm and it was ...
... large conglomerates have not yet reached Argentina - and I hope they never do. This is a much more pleasant way to shop. The shop owners are not pushy at all, and I have noticed the service is similar to in the restaurants. I noticed one woman kind of following me around the store, I though for a minute she was worried I was going to steal something, but she was just waiting at a safe distance in case I had any questions or wanted some help.
The boat tour ...
... spray for the falls since some of the mosquitoes are thought to have dengue fever or malaria. And I forgot to use it. And I got eaten alive. Maybe I should've gotten those shots before I left. Well, let's pray I got lucky! Sunday morning, we all woke up at 7:30 again so we could go to Güira Ogá, an animal reserve thing. It was a guided tour thing and was so interesting! The monkeys were the best part! When we got back, we packed, had lunch, and headed for our bus back home. ...