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... complete with Tango lessons - our instructor did not quit, so that was an improvement over salsa lessons. Headed out to the clubs and was running on literally zero sleep over the past 2 days. The clubs were great and I met some people from St. Albert. Small world. It was our last night together as a group and it was a great one. I will miss everyone but am coming back in a few days to see a few of them for ...
Enjoyed my king size bed, duvet and heating but not the lateness noise goes on nearby – gotta get with the hours here – sleep later and rise later or else I'll miss out.
Had another good breakfast with fresh cookies & OJ before heading out for a long walk – didn’t really plan it that way but sometimes that is the best way! Went to check out a Spanish school – need to have a final go at getting the past ...
... 1976 to 1983, now known as the "Dirty War." The leftist government was taken over by the military who tortured and killed anyone who disagreed with its ideology.
we were amused by the crazy slang and dialect unique to BA, which includes over enunciating l's and y's and sayings that aren't used anywhere else.
... only thirty six hours in what is a very large city we decided the only way to get most of it covered was to do the hop on, hop off bus trip. Around seventy pound for the four of us and probably good value for money. The city is really big and lots of different architecture form various influences, the most scenic being the Boca area, lots of very brightly coloured buildings in a very traditional area. We had lunch just down the road from the Boca juniors stadium, the girls ...
... After taking our fill of Chinatown, we were back on the bus: next stop Recoletta. In recolette we visited the Recoletta cemetry. The city's only public cemetery - its considered one of the largest necropolises. It was certainly a sight - a morbid one at that. The cemetery was divided into streets. And each grave had I guess its own little "plot". A shrine/religous/house/crypt looking structure. All were varied degrees of amazing. They did tours here - ...