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... th floor room. Unlike lofty Cusco, BA (that’s what all hipsters call Buenos Aires) in November is steamy. We had a huge furnished balcony overlooking one of the aforementioned tree-lined avenues, and something that is probably de rigueur in Buenos Aires boutique hotels: a dead calf masquerading as a rug. We liked it though.
Before we could leave the hotel to explore, we had to change some of our US dollars in to Argentine ...
... on and off the train as it pleased!). Another half hour or so of a very slow train ride, we arrived at Tigre (tigers were hunted here in the early days). The town of Tigre, on the confluence of the Lujan an Tigre rivers, is the playground of the rich european porteños (people of Buenos Aires) with fancy boatclubs and palacial homes. This was also a starting point for a visit to to the Paraná delta formed by an intricate web of rivers ...
... We grabbed a few bottles of wine and sat around drinking and talking until a band that was staying at the hostel arrived, then we all went to a club where they were playing. We were told they would start at 11 so we agreed to go, really not wanting to pull an all brighter against. When we got there the start time just got later and later. I'm getting far to old to be out this late every other day. The music was pretty **** really. The keyboard was far too loud and you couldn't ...
... As we sorted our things, and got ready for a goodnight sleep, we realized that we had been taken by our cabby. First real scam of the trip, with the dark cab, new money and us in such exhausted states. He managed to pull the old money switcharoo. Gave him 400 pesos and he gave me back 40 pesos, saying "no sir, 400 pesos not 40” Oblivious and probably used to the over polite and wonderful people of Japan. Thought i had made a mistake and gave ...
... throughout the rows and rows of graves and tombs. I try to imagine all the previous lives being commemorated. The structures have varying levels of decay (or entropy) based in part to the materials used, age and vandalism. These tombs are above ground and, in many cases, visible. Many tombs had piles of caskets, urns and boxes (presumably for ashes).