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... it up :) Finally, we eat in a very tasty Italian restaurant. Wednesday was a big day : Free walking tour. We wanted to make both ones at 10:30am and 3pm. Hardly awake, I hear the rain on the shutters and it lasted all day. Finally it was movie day! Upon the arrival of Gustavo, we went shopping. He wants to cook for us. We refurbish in bread and also take beers and a pie for dessert and to thank our host for his welcome. At the till, he pays everything and we do not have ...
... Derek pops out later for a Macdonalds.
This day out was very much a tourist trap type day - rather as if a tourist to Sydney was taken to a sheep farm. Interesting never the less, but I doubt much ranching is done this way any more in Argentina.
The trip to the ranch took about an hour, so at least we had the chance to see the general outer suburbs, which all looked very western.
... going to be shown on t.v. so keep your eyes out for me! Hamish and andy were super nice guys who were interacting with the crowd between tapings. A huge portion of the crowd were wearing green and gold so there was lots of talk about the socceroos and travelling through south America.
After the 2 hour show we were transported back to plaza italia, and after 2 hours of constant laughter we called it a ...
... pockets laden with pesos, Hannah and Nadia enjoyed an amazing Argentinian steak that evening. Amy had a salad.
We started by exploring Boca, the neighbourhood of Buenos Aires full of the symbolic colourful buildings. Convinced by our map reading abilities, we ignored a lady's advice that we would get robbed in the dangerous part of town that we were obliviously strolling into. We decided to trust the two policemen who came to our ...
We started planning this trip almost a year ago in January, the first practical step in the planning being to trawl round the Destinations Travel Show, collecting loads of paper and some actual information. Having sifted through and considered, we settled on taking the Antarctic cruise with Antarpply, largely because we liked the small size of their vessels. On our round-the-world trip, the company Round the World Experts did ...