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... BA- we embarked on two walking tours: the first was to see some spectacular architecture (many blatantly lifting from Parisian and Italian styles), official buildings and a few bits in between, and the other was focussing on historical areas of the old city. After the second tour we visited the Recoleta cemetery which is a stunning complex of extravagant tombs and crypts and is the resting place of BA's most celebrated character- Evita. The residents of BA still look up to Evita ...
... seemed offended when I told him I was passing over Ecuador due to time constraints. I assured him I would be making a trip back just to visit his country. He seemed pleased. After a late dinner with the Brazilian girls, Najara and Daniela, it was off to bed. I had a flight leaving the next afternoon and really didn't have anything much left to do... Except there was one problem I was still trying to solve. I hadn't completely convinced myself yet to not buy a ...
We knew we had entered the Rio
de la Plata when the blue waters of the Atlantic turned brown. Montevideo is at the mouth of this 220 km
wide estuary and Buenos Aires is located at the western end so it was a short
overnight voyage. The Uruguay and Parana rivers flow into this estuary and keep
the water “sweet”, as the guide called it, and not salty.
Our excursion into Buenos Aires
gave us a great ...
Thursday 4th September: ended up flying to Mendoza yesterday as the land border was closed due to snow. I found it all rather exciting- racing to airport to find a flight a la amazing race style- but apparently nobody else feels the same... Today we went on a winery tour and for the first time ever I found wine interesting. We had a guide, Pedro, who was previously a viticulturist and now leads wine tours, and at each winery ...
... right by the infamous Recoleta Cemetery, we stopped by hoping to catch the free tour there as well. Once again, not our lucky day, we just missed the free hour tour so ended up paying the guide to show us just the highlights. Noa, not all ALL interested, stayed back and literally danced in the entrance area while she waited for our return. The rest of us walked through the cemetery's narrow streets, lined with grandiose mausoleums, many of which have been specially commissioned by ...