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... I've had so far.
Nightlife - Fuerza Bruta, pubs and clubs
Talking about it, some guide books say BA is even more "the city that never sleeps" than NYC. With a few brazilians I met at the hostel I went to see Fuerza Bruta. Stunning what they do. I only can recommend going there while in BA.
Afterwards I somehow managed to get a free wristband for a pub crawl. To be honest, the nightlife isn't much different to ...
... This was the first time I had heard of a TKC (Third Culture Kid), and though I don’t fit the exact clinical definition, I feel like I truly belong to this culture more-so than either of the two most familiar to me.
I’ve only begun to scratch the surface with research and reading about TKCs, but I came across several interesting blogs and was immediately compelled to reach out to someone who truly understands. ...
... We speedily made our way to the 'subte' and after a finalising where we should stay we travelled two stops to the centre of the city. Having no idea where we were we made our way to the closest cafe with wifi and stopped for some churros and dulce de leche and asked for directions. After a little break we headed to the hostel and checked in. Kelsey had already made her way to BA so she came and met us at our hostel and she showed us around a little, stopping for some lunch. ...
... Argentinian exit stamp each, now a total of four, and an entrance stamp to Uruguay. The high speed boat ride took a bit more than one hour, and we walked off into a new country and a new adventure.
During our week in Buenos Aires...
I was surprised to learn that Buenos Aires has the 13th largest jewish population in the world. We found a synagogue and attended for Friday night services.
I didn't mind eating the delicious Italian food ...
... with two and a half hours to kick off we noticed not many people were heading into the ground yet so we decided to have another beer and continue to blend in with the crowd, now in our Boca gear. It was also nice to soak up a bit of the atmosphere, there were lots of police around so we did feel quite safe. The smell of barbecue filled the air - in true Argentinian style the food on offer around the ground wasn't the usual plastic hotdogs and burgers we see back at home, it was ...