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... probably gather, seeing it in real life was better than reading about it. You had to use alot of imagination and make your own interpretation of what was going on.
Another part of the performance was when a huge silver curtain wrapped around us and dancers were harnaced in as they danced across it from above.
Then there was the huge 'paddling pool' that came down above our heads and we watched dancers swimming and making movements with the water from below. It was amazing ...
... in authentic situations, and at the same time do it in fun and unusual places. It works!
Barrio San Telmo
My apartment was right on the border with San Telmo so I spent some time wandering around. One of my favorite things to do was go to the street fair on Sunday afternoon. One whole street was lined on both sides with vendors selling just about everything, including food. In addition, the shops ...
So before we get started and delve into this enormous journey to Argentina and the round about way we took to arrive into Buenos Aires, we should give you a brief history of how this trip evolved and what our overall plan is. We started to hypothesise oh about a year and a half ago what it would be like to drop our careers and become vagabonds, tyrants to social norms. It probably occurred over a couple of beers, perhaps a game of crib in hand, on a sunny day when life seemed ...
... passionate tour by our young female guide and we also went to the area where the president sits when he goes to a performance. He sits towards the front so everyone can see him, but he doesn't have the best view because he is too far forward in the house.
We walked back through the shopping areas on our way to the hotel. We decided to have a swim but the pool wasn't particularly inviting so we sat on the deck chairs and had a drink and relaxed for a while.
... so Derek tried one for arvo tea. Good but not anything really special.
We returned to Recoleta Cemetery. Alejandro had actually been inside one of the newer vaults. There were three levels and he counted 130 coffins!! By this time we were both getting a little weary and unable to absorb any more so we headed back to our hotel.
8.45am to 5pm. Long day!!
But wait, there's more.
After tea and cake, ...