Zentrum Hostel Boutique
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... history and stories about the various buildings there. The Cathedral looked like a court house from the outside. But inside it was a pretty awesome church. The Argentinians are mainly Cathalic, There's a very strong Italian influence here (including food). The other key ethnic groups are Jewish and Islamic, interesting. Pablo knows the history of Argentina quite well and he is definitely a "Peronese" (said himself). We chatted about Eva Peron and a lot of other ...
... such as; white blue green and red, red being the hierarchy of them all and this means that you can have more freedom and responsibility, the other colours have duties attached like cleaning and cooking and all the patients do everything in the house they live in....and considering they cleaned on a daily basis, the house needed a full scrub...some of the rooms smelt badly of damp.
Overall the visit was very successful and I was happy ...
... night we heard about a percussion performance that was supposed to be amazing, la bomba de tiempo so we got a group and headed out. It was nice to dress up a bit for a change. The drumming itself was truly spectacular. They were perfectly in time and led by a conductor that uses hundreds of finger and hand signals to lead the band. The were roughly a dozen people and drums all playing together. We danced and bopped around this abandoned warehouse it was great fun. After the drumming ...
... yet to see a pedestrian crossing as we understand it
... back to England shortly, we thought it would be a good way for me to meet people on the backpacker circuit. After much research (yes, I'm anal about research still) I found a great hostel and booked us a private double room with ensuite, air con etc (ease me in gently). It was actually the same price as a hotel or apartment, but an important part of the experience. The hostel was full of all ages, nationalities and types of travellers. People mixed with each ...