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Av Rivadavia 2010, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1038, Argentina | Hostel
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The beginning of the end

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


With our remaining Argentinian money we decided to take a taxi to the port, only to discover that it wasn't enough. The alternative - take the underground. Having told some Aussies the previous day that we had taken the subway we were met with shock, disbelief and respect that we would risk our lives by taking it. Yes, it is perceived as very dangerous and locals who can afford not to use the subway don't, but we are seasoned travellers, ...

Dancing Through Life in BsAs

A travel blog entry by travelingtiara


... a short 4 day trip to Iguazu falls where I can cross into Brasil and come back. I've been wanting to go to the falls for a while, so it seems like the right opportunity to do so. Other than that, I plan on being in BsAs for a while. Sooo that pretty much covers my current plan, as in I havenīt really sorted out any other items to add to the to-do list after "continue dancing through life in BsAs", but Iīm open to whatever might swing my ...

Inhalado profundo

A travel blog entry by groovycakes


... lunch the whole gang scampered off to Patricia's farm because today is the day! The day for ice cream!!! She was in the cheese room, making cheese when we got there. It was very interesting to see the process. She was stirring this huge vat of milk and it was separating out into pre-cheese and weird yellow liquid, very cool. She gave us our ice cream (banana and chocolate with dulce de leche on top for me pleeeease) and we went and sat on out on her porch in the sun to eat. It was ...


A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... the crowd were singing 'ole ole ole ole ole ola' which was the only one we got the lyrics to. What a great result, and although not an especially action-packed game, you would never have guessed it from the fans. They were immense, and it was great to see kids and families there too.

Another evening of action, although quite different to last night. I never thought I'd own an Argentinian football shirt, but this one will be a great memento.


A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... Tortoni. Italian name, like almost everyone in these parts fo the world. Every time I meet someone and I say I'm Italian, I'm told that they too, somewhere in Italy, have a great-aunt or a cousin of seventh grade or a grandmother of a sister in law of a friend. I also have relatives, which I've never met, in La Plata, near Buenos Aires: two cousins of I don't knwo what degree of my mom; I also managed to contact them for a greeting on the phone.
The tango show was really nice, as ...


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