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... and flip flops, and crazy Mike who had cycled all over the world, planning one nights stay and had ended up staying a year. Our taxi expenditure in BA became a focal topic to every individual that walked through the door and having erased our memories of our wrongdoing, we cringed at each and every horrified response. Trying to silently sort through my bag and slip into bed I was apprehensive of the night ahead. Sleeping in a dorm is an odd experience, without any spoken ...
... an area of about 30 bbq's for public use, each with its own picnic bench. All this makes Rosario a very lively and sociable place.
4 hour bus from Beunos Aires
Our first night was spent at Rosario inn. We left asap the next morning as the bedroom was filthy and I hadnt slept from itching so much from the bed sheets. The bathroom was ...
... following evening, we tried the traditional Argentinian drink of Mate (think Green tea but in a strange cup) and learned about the symbolism of the drink and the rules of drinking Mate. We went zip-wiring which was great fun (even if we had to wait an age for other people to come back from other activities before we returned to our hostel). We went on a half day tour which took us to two wineries and an olive oil factory. The first winery was brilliant. It was a ...
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Low: finding out that all of the prices have gone up so much!
High: Being able to reorganize our trip and land on our feet with a great opportunity with the new hostel.
What I've learned: Research, research, research. Instead of basing our trip on the
memories of the past, if we would have researched the trip better we
would have been more prepared when we got ...
... look left for other cars and then make the turn. Everyone knows this and it is what it is. So as a pedestrian it is often easier to cross in the middle of the street rather than at the intersections. Most of downtown has been converted to one way streets. If you get sick of driving you can catch a cab, which there are plenty of and of which are extremely cheap.
Friday happy hour seems ...