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... 15:45 flight to Lima. 23:00 flight to BA. 06:50 flight to Montevideo.
Flight one no problem.
Flight 2 big problem. We were about 12th in line to check in to Argentine Air in Lima. It took us 90 minutes to get our boarding pass! 90 minutes. The flight was really late leaving. We had 2 hours in BA to get the flight to Montevideo. Once we landed we had 45 minutes to deplane, find terminal C and get on ...
... dancing and the vibrant atmosphere.
- We were staying near the neighbourhood of San Telmo so visied the massive Sunday market.
- We missed the graffiti walking tour but saw lots of street art around the streets of BA. The most impressive was Evitas face on a skyscrapper.
- We discovered that Lollapolooza music festival was on the weekend we were in BA and ...
... an iconic tourist spot in Buenos Aires. We had an AMAZING dinner with free champaign, bottles of wine, calamari, huge plates for dinner including pasta, seafood, steak, etc, and we got to pay with US dollars which made it all super cheap for everyone, which was exciting.
We got more awesome pictures along the riverfront and Bill and I smoked our first ever Cuban cigar. It was a night I will definitely remember from the trip.
... of weeks from a high of 16:1 and the best we could find was 13.5:1. We were ushered one by one into the back of a small magazine stall to do an exchange. It all felt a bit illicit, but having checked all the notes (including against a light) for forgeries it was all done and dusted.
In the evening we drank at the hostel, which was hosting for the day. It was Ladies Night, meaning happy hour buy one get one free ...
... I ended up chatting to then 3 of them till about 930 when Linda and Wendy decided to go out for dinner, which I tagged along too. I watched them eat steak, as we shared a bottle of Argentina wine and chatted about life. After dinner we walk home getting lost on the way, but I found out the second largest intersection is a couple blocks away from our hostel. We ran across it twice to see if we could get all the way across in one go, which we did both times. We got home ...