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... and so the water volume was massive and so loud! The falls have been on my "list" for sometime and they did not disappoint! I had planned to meet up again with Matt and Rita in Mendoza, only a 36 hr bus ride from iguazu so stopped off in Córdoba for a few days to break it up a bit! We have a friend in Mendoza that we met in Peru who put up with us sleeping on her sofa for a week while we chilled out and saw the sights and of course had more asado and mate! We ...
... for makeshift schools. Very interesting.
We have tried to experience different neighborhoods to get a feel for Buenos Aires. Thus far, we have met very nice people, who are eager to help. The local produce markets, on just about every street, are so convenient. The weather has been incredibly warm, with an occasional rain shower..............a little too hot for Diane.
... dorm. Dammit!
Sometimes it is a good thing though, and sometimes it can be bad. Very bad. Especially if they loudly, disgustingly and obnoxiously snore where at first you just politely cough in the hope it stirs them out of their slumber, but if that doesn't work you then cough louder, then louder, then next your banging their bed to then actually shaking them before you end up smothering them to quietness... As it happened in BA however we lucked out. We ...
... beef - you need to choose between flavor and tenderness. The Argentinians favor flavor (get out the knife!). Again the lunch portions were huge and delicious - I tried only to eat half.....and then half of the dessert - ice-cream.
From lunch we headed to the airport bound for Buenos Aires. I am super excited to visit BA and report back.
Jules on Sabbatical ...
... s totally destroyed, torn and tattered clothing. This girl of ours, who is in constant motion, flipping, rolling, twisting and turning at all times, doing quite a number on her clothes, was in desperate need. We walked out of the Abasto mall with Noa feeling like a million bucks wearing all of her new digs, having thrown the rest in the mall's garbage can. We had picked up dinner on the way home, and by 8 pm we walked into the apartment, ready to settle in for the night.