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Av Rivadavia 2010, Buenos Aires, Capital Federal District, 1038, Argentina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires

Rainy farewell to BA

A travel blog entry by africantikki


... no one and have left with 10 new friends of different ages and backgrounds. From each person I have learnt something that I hope I will remember. Jim, Dawn and Zosh taught me you can survive an alternative lifestyle and that you don't need to wrap your children in cotton wool. Helen highlighted to me the risk of being bitter about life and how to prevent it you probably need to be more sensitive and selfless. From sarah I learnt strength. To be 10-12 weeks pregnant doing this trip ...

Bs As 2.0 [+ What I've Learned About Argentina]

A travel blog entry by lizabee

... dinner before a long night out, and for us, the adventure is officially beginning. [What I've Learned About Argentina: ��Many of its people think Argentina's government is corrupt ��There is a serious black market for the US dollar ��Guides specifically love to have you try things then joke that they drugged you and have problems with metric-imperial conversions ��Peanut butter is not a ...

Ambivalence and decisions

A travel blog entry by jessegnatovich


... here, because they don't have calories..because now I'm not as conscious of how fattening these delicious treats probably are!) On that note, while wearing my jeans, I noticed that I had to keep pulling them up and that they were a little baggy. Not good for the ass..ets, but for the legs, ok! I've also noticed a huge difference in my midsection which I love. And it's awesome because I can eat a lot and still lose because I walk so much. ...

We went to the Zoo

A travel blog entry by lynanddon


On the lighter side of things, we started our week out in Buenos Aires at the Buenos Aires Zoo located in the Palermo district. It was originally opened in 1875. In 1991 the zoo was privatized with a mandate to preserve species, produce research, and educate the public. I would like to think that our entrance ...

Bike tour throughout BA!

A travel blog entry by marczuiderveen


Today after sleeping in I decided to take a bike tour in the beautiful city of BA! The people of "la bicicleta naranga" helped us out to a couple of orange bikes. Together with Marco (Italy) and Faran (Israel) we got some bikes for a mere price of AP 125 for the whole day. Since BA is pretty big, we could cover lots of ground in a couple of hours. After getting some instructions like “don't go into this area because it is not safe – eg ...


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