Southern House Hostel Buenos Aires
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... fois que je l'écoute... .
Pierre est revenu pas trop tard, et on a passé la nuit à tousser chacun de notre côté ...on va faire deux beaux p'tits vieux !!!
Au lever, on se dit l'un comme l'autre que çà va mieux... enfin, on se le fait croire. Donc, vers 11:00, on reprend allègrement notre marche, cette fois-ci en direction de Palermo, le seul quartier que l'on n'a pas encore complètement visité et qui est sur la "liste" des "to do". Palermo, ...
... the worst. She comes back,
saying that Val received my rabies vaccine too late (needs to be more than 30
days prior to departure). I protest, and think “OMG, tell me they wrote the
wrong date on that form!” My anxiety grows until I hear a chuckle and she says,
“Oh wait, 7 is July, I’m sorry. Yeah, your all set now.” Sigh of relief.
Tension, exit stage left. First bump in the road, overcome. Buen Viaje.
... airport, leaning unknowingly on a mans shoulder! OOPS! hahaha! (Diego, thanks for setting 3 alarms just incase)
7am Bus to Airport
10am Fly to Santiago Chile
1:55 Santiago to Sydney (14 hours)
6pm Sunday Arrive Sydney.
8:15pm, train to Newcastle
11pm, Mum and Nanna greet me at the train station.
26 hours door to door...
A home amongst the gumtree's and I still call Australia Home...
... It was the most erratic driving I've seen since Herbie went bananas. The location of the hostel this time was much better as it was in the lively neighbourhood of San Telmo, with its cobblestoned streets and multitude of bars, restaurants and markets. We enjoyed Buenos Aires much more the second time around, it is a very European City as everyone says, with enormous tree lined boulevards, including Avenida 9 de Julio the widest road in the world with 22 lanes. It reminded me of ...
... ensure I was getting a lot more sun than normal and hence, a darker tan, but our classes were in the afternoon, and as I think I may have mentioned in another entry, Buenos Aires has just entered fall and the last week had been pretty overcast and not all that hot. Our classes ran from 2-6, and although it was technically very possible to wake up early and go lay out the park, we never seemed to be able to get out of bed before noon. And then we had to do our homework, as ...