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... walk) and drove to Maxi's grandma's house where we were going to meet up. And couldn't find parking. So Julian decided that Ricardo and I should get out and he and Guilherme would find a spot. Well, there was a car behind him and he rushed us and didn't tell us the address. Luckily I saw the building number so I knew where to go, but I didn't know which apartment number. Thankfully, Maxi answered my text and let us in. This afternoon was exactly what I love. The joviality and humor ...
... as the song goes "that's logistics"*. In addition to the card related frustrations, Rach has also suffered with a bad stomach, or as she calls it her tummy. When Rach has a tummy time out, I normally walk the streets exploring/visiting sports shops. The sports shop normally offers guaranteed relief from the heat whilst allowing me to scour for any niche sporting apparel. I spotted a rugby ball made by Donnay. Donnay let it be told you are not welcome in our sport, ...
... in and setting up the WIFI and with rumbling stomachs we rushed to the adjacent street seeded with restaurants. Waitresses were waiting outside the restaurants harrassing (aka convincing) people to take on their menu.
Our choice went for chicken and pasta, tomorrow we will go for asado and why not some Tango show......Time to have a rest now
... and tourists.
Our last day in BA was a really market day. First we went to the colourful neighbourhood of
Boca. Here we could see the local tourist market where you could buy
all kind of art. As many artists are attracted to this neighbourhood.
Also the famous Argentina Tango was shown a lot. Of course the Boca JuniorsFootball Stadion was a Must See. Unfortunately Hans couldn't get ...
... until midday) and other like minded people sitting drinking coffee. When we talk to the locals they all know us New Zealanders from the All Blacks which is really cool. San Telmo has fascinating markets with the most amazing antiques, could have shipped home heaps but need to keep the holiday about the hoilday not shopping :(.
After that we caught another taxi to take us to the real shopping area of Buenos Aires 'Florida Street', this is a no car zone and ...