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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
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Eigentlich sollte ich grade im Flugzeug sitzen...
Stattdessen bin ich immer noch in Buenos Aires und werde noch bis zum 20. Juni bleiben.
... umbrella-topped café tables, which are covered with beer and peanuts.
The oldest store, now the Dorrago Bar, sits on the corner and is a classic. The floor’s made of large black and white square tiles, and the original grocery bins, dumb waiter, cash register and photos from back in the day are on display. The old wood bar and wall paneling are chewed up with carved names of love birds and ...
... unique merchandise. One guy had a collection of coins from all around the world and had managed to carve out the empty space leaving just the images. Picture a pound coin with only the queens head. We spent at least half and hour looking at the different designs. It was a really cool market that didn't just have all the usual ****** tourist stuff. I'm don't exactly love shopping but I enjoyed it. Also went to the docks in Buenos Aires. Tried to ...
... the main road from around Retiro but there is also one going the opposite direction towards plaza 25 de mayo. and are a good way to get around. Trains are good if your going to a further out suburb while the buses go everywhere just a matter of working out which one to catch. Highly recommend you get a transport card which substantially reduces the costs of any option (and is required for the buses anyway). The card I think costs 15 pesos, not sure we ever worked it out ...
... requested to be placed in a specific place. Muriel and I wanted to tutor and teach English at the community center in La Boca, while the others wanted to either write for Voluntario Global or help out at an orphanage.
Jimena, the volunteer coordinator, gave us a one-hour introduction to volunteering in Buenos Aires. She said that many of us, coming from North America and Europe, must re-adjust our concept of it means to be a good, productive volunteer. She said ...
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed