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... count, think, count and think a bit more - Strictly is definitely not to the cards for me!!!! But it was fun! After our lesson, we headed into the theatre for our meal and the entertainment - mozzarella and tomato salad, followed by Argentinian strak! This was one of the things I has to do this trip - eat a whole steak and dink it down with wine! I did just that - although a gals and a big of wine was plenty for me!!!! The steak was ridiculous - it ...
... side of their heads. The scenery was dramatic as the rookery clings to the sides of cliffs by a wild ocean. A huge black cloud dropped it load of rain and hail whilst we were there but we toughed it out and were rewarded with magic moments including watching a penguin making a nest. There were lots of birds around, some of which prey on the penguins eggs. Lots of huge albatross and their fluffy chicks.
We were not able to land on Carcass Island ...
... 8211; they have split it in to four sections, starting with Argentina and Chile before we cross over in to Paraguay and Brazil at the end of Dec.
All very exciting stuff.
We went to dinner with everyone to a typical steak house the night before we left the city (apparently the best ones are in San Telmo too which was handy). We have lived on steak and red wine since we have been here, so Mad decided to break with tradition a little and go for ...
... are too many to name. I'll just say that I'm really liking Buenos Aires and it's a very picturesque city. Certain parts of it anyway. We went to the Boca district which was great fun. The streets are really colourful and there is a lot of activity. We stopped for lunch at this restaurant with some live music and tango dancers. Definitely not a boring meal. Me and a friend decided to buy a Boca Juniors football shirt which was probably the best ...
... to eat. We stopped at Plaza Durago and grabbed an outdoor table at Bar Durago. We each ordered a cafe con leche, which came with 3 mini croissants that were not that good. A lot of the bread is very dense here. After a little confusion over the bill, we proceeded to shop the market. Lots to see, but we soon realized that nothing had prices and we didn't know how to ask for them. An American girl who knew Spanish helped me find the price of a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReina Madre Hostel Buenos Aires
We stayed here for 6 nights in the end. Great little hostel and a lovely host too.
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