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... known soccer stadium; Puerto Madero, the port; and Palermo, the trendy bars and steak restaurants.
We walked along the Avenida de 9 Julio, the widest avenue in the world, comprised of 16 lanes and possible to cross in one single set of robots if running or very briskly speed walking. We also made a stop at the well known cafe Tortoni, one of Buenos Aires' oldest restaurants, going strong since 1858, where the likes of many a writer and ...
... freedom to stop to urinate as frequently and randomly as they desired.
"Normally we spend a lot of time on buses, where we can argue about which bus to take, when it will leave, where it goes from, whether or not it will stop for food, and how much it will smell like seafood chips and damp burlap. Or else we have to take a taxi, and disagree about the best place to find one, and how much it should cost, and what the exact odds are the driver will **** as ...
... we queuing holding an ice cream cone gently in his teeth as he disappeared around the corner, when he then approached me 10 minutes late I didn't recognize him as the same dog. He came to join us for a cuddle and hadn't looked twice at our ice creams however when Rachael put down her cone a bit later but wanting any more he was on it in seconds again having the cone very gently by the point. We started to laugh recognising him and he looked so guilty, he then vanished ...
... volcanoes, river etc. We also decide to do some white water rafting, which Linda is uncertain about but signs up anyway! We were going to head south to the island of Chiloe, which is where many of the Chilean natives now live and which is supposed to be beautiful. Sadly, the tour company we want to use decides that it’s not running trips down there right now – there are also penguins down there but not for another month or so, and it seems most people go ...
In the morning we had breakfast and said goodbye to our family. They have been a big help and made us very welcome. At 8am we got on the bus to Puerto Varas. We had seen stunning pictures of this town. Very similar to Pucon with the Lake and Volcano. However when we stepped off the bus after 6 hours it was very wet and we could see nothing. We walked into town and found a hostel in the center. In the ...
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