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... and a whole butternut squash going onto the grill. We didn't eat until 1.30 am but it was well worth the wait. So delicious and a really nice evening. I met an English friend of theirs who had done a trip to Patagonia in the south of Argentina. I picked her brains and she gave me some good tips. We finished at 3 am and I went back in a taxi to my hostel The next day was Friday. I wanted to go back to Palermo because I wanted to go to the museum of Latin American art. ...
... quite a lot of police everywhere. On the other side of the protest, groups of children were gathered outside the cinema with many street vendors selling kids toys and accessories. There seems to be a new show premiere and parents are taking their children there. Getting tired from walking through the crowds, we made our way back to the metro station and ended the day. Tomorrow we will be visiting Uruguay. ...
... a photographer's dream, and there is music and dancing everywhere. We whiled away the afternoon sitting outside in cafes, watching the beautiful tango dancers and flamenco guitarists. By the end, even Nick was so caught up in the atmosphere that he wondered aloud if he could pick up tango!
As for the title of this post, the spirit of Evita is still alive and well, her face beaming out ...
... the delta area. It is very quaint with lots of small cabins and summer homes along the shores apparently only reachable by boat. Quite a unique community.
We had dinner at a nice outdoor café and then found the roof top pool on our hotel to try to see the summer ...
... that has involved ticking something off the bucket list... oh wait no, we still need to see the emperor penguins in Antarctica. Then we got to see Iguazu falls - easily one of natures most magnificent expressions of beauty and power. Pictures, blogs, word of mouth just doesn't or can't do it justice. The minor point of this blog is that we also spent Christmas in Buenos Aries and it was the one day on our travels where we felt like we were missing out by not being at ...