Zentrum Hostel Boutique
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... and the grass is very long, making it difficult to see the animals and birds. John, Hernan and Marcos went for a long drive in the afternoon and saw a Pampas fox and some birds, such as the Ochre-breasted Pipit (specific to this area) and Wedge-tailed Grass-Finch. They returned around 8:30 pm and after getting cleaned up we said our goodbyes to Marcos who was heading out by car to Corrientes to attend a friend's ...
... architecture. Apparently they had some issues getting the structure to stand in the early days. We also think that Pope Francis spent some time kicking it here. These buildings and many more line a square outside the Presidential mansion. All the structures in the area offers major European influence. It's a great place to enjoy the beauty of the city. We headed for our tourist bus stop and along the way had to grab some Gelato/ice cream. There's ...
... BA at Fuerza Bruta, a theatre performance. I don't know why I started writing about this cause I actually don't know how to describe it. Basically a combination of percussion, electro bangerz, acrobatics and interactive theatre. One of the highlights of the trip.
An overnight bus later and Luke, Julian and I are in Puerto Madryn, the latin home of whale watching and sea lions. We wasted no time in booking those two expeditions before heading off on a 17km ...
... a limited time in Argentina appeared to be very wise as I didn't leave England to be cold. There were a few goals in Buenos Aires; to see a Tango show, see other cultural things, eat a lot of steak and sample its night life. I also had to change my dollars for pesos on the famous blue market.
Quickly after leaving the restaurant I realised I didn't really know where I was going and surprisingly got a ...
... we managed to get some pretty good sleep. We will 100% take more of these buses as it was a great way to travel and less annoying then South American Air travel.
We now have arrived in the pretty little town of Iguazu Falls for only a full day before we fly down south, way down south to El Calafate for the raw, wild vistas of Patagonia. But, first it is waterfall time and we are both excited.
Until then, much love