Casa Calma Hotel
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Six hours at Heathrow waiting for the Buenos Aires flight. Even in the comfort of the lounge it was pretty tedious. Some relief was watching the rugby in the TV area. Most of the travellers watching looked English so I had to pretend I was French when I stood up to cheer when France scored to snatch victory in the last few minutes.
... their dollars and we got our excellent rate. Everything was very polite and straight forward. It was all so very disappointing.
When arriving at a new hostel there is always an edge of uncertainty and a little bit of anxiety when your checking into a dorm room. Or as Forrest Gump says - it's like a box of chocolates, you never know what you're gonna get. We try to limit ourselves to 4 bed, or at a push, 6 bed dorm rooms. In BA we had a 4 bed. We ...
What a week, I have been real busy that I have not had time to do my blog. Putting some people into a panic wondering what had happened to me. Therefore know using my beautiful journal that I got for my birthday as reference, this is what I have been doing this week. :-D
So on the Saturday there was this big party for the girl that had turned 15. I helped her to get on this big sky blue ball dress on for the party. She ...
... hangover food (yes, I went to maccieds a couple times), Paula and I admitted defeat. All our friends had left, and if we actually wanted to study, it was best that we left Milhouse! It was nice having a few days off, but we missed the place (we only moved a few doors away!) and went back there on our last night!
Overall, the nightlife and the people did not disappoint. But, I was definitely ready for some civilised behaviour in Mendoza, our next ...
... la boca which is a notoriously doggy area of town but this doesn't dissuade any touriats from visiting. It's essentially just a bunch of colourfully painted houses with a really lively street scene. The cobble stone streets were lined with art vendors, restaurants and tango dancers looking to get a few dollars for posing for a picture with you. As expected, the houses are not quite as bright as i had imagined. The devil photoshop strikes again. ...