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... the school has been fairly hard work (first use of brain in 2 years) but we've thoroughly enjoyed it. We were lucky to be in a small class of 4 for the first week, and then just 3 of us for the 2nd week. So it was very personalized learning and we got quite alot done. We could have easily stayed for longer as we still only know the basics, and the second week was mainly spent practicing what we had learnt in the first week, but combined with Hernans extra lessons at home, we now ...
... money to eat. It has not been repaired, to remind everyone what happened and hopefully, to avoid a reoccurrence.
Highlights and Lowlights
I believe you should never end on a down note, so I am going to give the "Lowlights" first. Fortunately, there was only one! It happened towards the very end of my stay in BA, on the last weekend.
I had gone to a shop to use ...
... roughly 1 square kilometer, has its own special flavor and delights. Our first destination was to find a Microbrewery and have some good beer. In most restaurants and bars, we could only get the standard Argentine beers in bottles - beers such as Quilmes, tasting like Budweiser. We found what we were seeking near the Plaza Francia in the form of the Buller Pub & Brewing Company, where we enjoyed a heady IPA and found where the population was on their day off. The Plaza ...
... later. We may have been nerds and read other people's blogs to get a flavour of what other people packed. Damn! We are still probably over our limit. Finally we just reached a point and went with it. How my bag weighed 2 kg more than Lizzys, and I'm suppose to be the male?! I'm sure that doesn't surprise you! So we said goodbye to our families and friends. It was really hard, but we kept repeating that we will be back. With Auckland behind our back, and on first of many planes, ...
... learnt that there are 4691 mausoleums, that 350 000 are buried there, that it costs upward of $250 000 for a site and that there are 3 to 5 levels in each one. Derek has chosen the style that he wants with a big fancy metal door. Spending the kids' inheritance again!!
We stopped at a famous cafe called La Biela and as you enter there is a table where lifelike models of ...