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... going up and up.
We passed a "thank you for coming" Chile sign at 11:20am and then pulled into immigration at 11:45am. Luckily
Went to a couple of windows and then queued. I was complete at 12:20... Bus pulled forward at 12:40 and we had to have all bags xrayed while we waited with our hand luggage.
We pulled out at 13:10 and then departed at 13:25 as a passenger had a problem with something at ...
... one hand with not a lot of slack he told us. There I was navigating my horse around cactuses and stones, choosing clear paths and I'm going to say unconsciously trying to show off. Sometimes my horse went where he wanted but the majority of the time he did what I wanted, the way it should be, in control, in charge, a beast to carry me where ever I wanted. It was a battle. My horse tossed its head up and down fighting the reins and it spat at me twice. Did ...
... panoramic views from the townhall roof and the massive forested Parque General San Martin where the 'Estadio Malvinas Argentinas' World Cup '78 stadium is located - unfortunately a sight the England team failed to see.
This was our first experience of a big Argentinian city and despite the pleasant leafy boulevards, the poverty within the city was all too clear to see, a reflection of the country's general economic instability. Although the cafes on ...
... with bacon
Local Beer: Quilmes
Strangest Thing to See
Service Station Pubs - The service stations all had tables and chairs outside them so you could go in, but a beer, and then sit outside the service station next to all the cars filling up with petrol and drink a few beers before heading out to the city centre. Bit different! Of course we joined in!
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... tries to go in that space, well lets just say its not worth thinking about. It was a little scary walking up to the stadium but once at the side we were supposed to be at we felt safe as it was mainly families and young supporters. We made friends with an Argentine man and his son who were River fans and they took care of us, his English was fairly good so we could communicate with them, really nice people. The Atmosphere was amazing, this is apparently ...