Casa las Canitas Hotel Boutique
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... and more together person. This has been influenced by the people I have met and some literature I have been reading. This aided me to find a sense of calm and assess the situation clearer. I was due to get onto a bus that evening, which would be taking me to San Pedro de Atacama (a tiny down in the middle of the desert). I had packed all my bags and got myself ready to leave when I took a moment to reassess. I would be going to a small town, with no money or access to money and ...
... in 1734 under the name Iglesia Nuestra Seņora de Belen (Church of Our Lady of Bethlehem), making it one of the oldest in Buenos Aires.
At the end of the block, we turned onto Balcarce, a street full of bars and restaurants. Cafe Rivas looked nice from the outside and there were plenty of people inside eating so we decided to give it a try. They had a lunch menu for 110 pesos for a main course and drink, in our case an enormous ...
... hilarious (but maybe you had to be there…). The cake was brought out at in a hurry as we were running slightly late, but Scott still had a good surprise and we all sang happy birthday (just to annoy the waiters even more…), and then off we sped to the show. It was called Fuerza Bruta and was literally the best show I think I’ve ever seen in my life. It was a performance dance/gymnastic show but there was no permanent stage, instead the stage was moved ...
... ground dried red pepper of no potency whatsoever. The regular
small supermarkets don’t sell any chilli sauce.
On that point, why the hell is butter “mantequilla” in every
other SA country visited yet here it is called “manteca” which means lard everywhere
Market not cheap, though they don’t bother to put prices up,
so found a Bolivian shop on the way home selling veggies at half the price.
... the entrance of the hostel watching a dog lick himself. We thought he was cleaning himself. Then BAM. His red rocket shot out of no where. Like a NASA rocket heading for outta space. 3 hr bus ride along the coast to Montevideo. Totally opposite to Colonial. Busy city. Night club, pub spot of Uruguay. Good hostel. Saranda hostel. Centre of town. Even though they don't speak English they still get your not funny, funny jokes. Day 37- Uruguay, the legal country for weed. ...