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... mayhem. Yet somehow it functions for the most part, even with lorries older than my father and 80% of vehicles being unheathly dangerous. It wouldn't work in London because we are always in a rush, no sure what we are rushing for, suggestions welcome. "Aloneness is something we carry with us at all times, yet how do we understand it and more importantly how do we know when to value it!" Quote from Brian Keenan, musing on men who chose solitude, in his book ...
... visiting for a couple of days. For once, we didnīt feel like tourists as they greeted us with a kiss on the cheek (besos) that is typical in Argentina even when meeting total strangers for the first time and made us feel included and welcome. Several bottles of wine appeared and disappeared rapidly...it was just one of those nights.
Suffice to say the next day didnīt start quickly. We went for lunch at a place sold to us as "the best ...
... which eventually led to his motorcycle diaries and life changing trip here in South America.
From here we traveled about 20 miles west of town where we found camping. A random dog decided to be our protector for the night, and sat right next to the tent. Unfortunately, he took his volunteer work too seriously, and ran after every single bird and moving object….barking abruptly through the night. ...
... sausage, which I swore off the other day. But here it was so much better than the sausage we had at Jackie O's. I guess it reinforces my philosophy in never swearing off foods for good, take a break, retry and you may be surprised by your new found love for something.
We all enjoyed food and drinks and I think we called it a night around 2 AM. The next day we were all a little slow to get going, but we still started the day at 9!
... restaurant (quite popular over here), where we stuffed our faces. Crag definitely ate his money's worth when he cleaned his plate of FIVE deserts - fatty!!!
Dom left early the next day, Crag and I weren't getting our bus until later in the evening so spent the day wandering the city and to pass a bit of time we even went bowling!!
Rosario was nice, but a day or too is all you need!