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... figures. We went to the cemetery where Eva Peron is buried and heard her story. The cemetery is mind blowing, there are streets & streets of tomb sites & they are not buried in the ground, but in the Mausoleums as you can see from the pictures. We then went to a cute part of town with a big marketplace called La Boca, then back through the city & to ...
... Aires once again is choosing to tell the story of European works, as opposed to their own indigenous and South American roots.
One of the greatest revelations for me has been two street art/graffiti tours that I did around the city. I will not recap the entire history of Argentinian street art here, but in their post-democracy need to express themselves, many artists ...
... flying everywhere after it was announced. The wide avenue I referred to earlier has an island in it where the French Embassy is. Apparently pressure was being put on the owners of this beautiful mansion to sell to make way for the avenue, they were concerned that such a great building would be knocked down so they sold/rented it to the French to use as their embassy and that put a stop to its demolition.
She also told us that many people ...
I know this might not be the most exciting blog but allow me to vent.
The weather was bad in Bariloche the morning of my flight, of course it was as it is Bariloche and not Summer. So I knew my flight would be delayed and was advised - by the airline - to go to the airport later. I did. And then it turns out that they gave my seat - my confirmed seat - away. I learned this initially through the French couple i had been chatting to in the queue. They were ...
... it done?
South America has been a great experience, while it has been quite hectic at times, we have seen most of what we wanted to see.
Would have liked to have seen more of Chile and had we had the opportunity to plan the trip again we would have spent some of the last few days there. Winter is probably not the ideal time to visit Chile as you can't visit Patagonia at this time of the year.
Now looking forward to getting ...