Reina Madre Hostel
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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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... to make empanadas. However, my main activity for the next 4 weeks was dancing and learning Spanish. I found a teacher who taught me how to feel. To let go of my thoughts while dancing and just be led by the feelings of the leader and mine. It is amazing how much you get to know about a person when when being able to feel the other without thinking and judging. Pure bliss of living in the now. With this my days started around 10 to go to dance class. After that maybe a private class ...
We wanted some food so we headed back down florida street around the corner. The first place we found that looked sufficient was the ice cream parlour so we each got an ice cream. We figured we better do something with our day so we walked to avenida 9 de julio which is widely regarded at the worlds widest avenue. It is about 10 lanes in each direction so it seems like a pretty believable fact. In the centre of ...
... in the Great Barrier Reef. Not to mention a waste of £200 on the camera hire having nothing to show for it. This was probably the most devastating event of my disaster week. Luckily I had purchased the pictures that Spirit Of Freedom had taken during our trip but I am still torn up over losing my own pictures.
When I checked back in to Wake Up hostel I headed to the kitchen to reclaim a bag of dried foods I have left there for my return ...
Well, we could have moped around Chichita's apartment all day, but what the hell! We had a whole other day to explore B.A. so we decided to head to the Tigre Delta. The last time I was there was on senior ditch day in Spring 1973...almost exactly 40 years ago.
The Tigre Delta is the city dweller's weekend getaway. It is the Delta of the Parana river where it forms the broad ...
... hard to get into without a reservation. We figured our chances might be good to get a table as it was a Thursday night and earlier than the average Argentine dinner time. So off we went and when we arrived, it was packed and all tables were occupied or reserved. We spoke to the hostess and she said that there was nothing available but if we were willing to wait, she could put us on a waiting list and if people aren't there for their reservation then we could have their table. So ...