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... through security and then got to board the ship. We were shown to our room and our bags were there so we had the chance to unpack at our leisure. We weren't supposed to leave the port until after lunch, but the tides would have been too low then, so we had to get off early. The ship followed the Rio de la Plata out to sea. You could tell this was definitely a shipping port, there were so many freighters going back and forth on the river and anchored in the ...
... other and hugged ...it was such a lovely send off but I forgot to ask for group photos ...next time...after this session Christian, Natalia, Vanessa and I went out for leaving drinks and dinner at a Mexican restaurant called .....down at Puerto Madero where I ate the best food yet here and enjoyed a cocktail.....it was a brilliant night and I love them all, they have really welcomed me to the team and treated me greatly....Thanks ...
... get surprised about news! I meet Giovanni in a “pre-drinks” bar called Chupitos (good name, starting well). Nice Italian guy, around 27-28 years with a very funny South American accent even when speaking Italian. He loooves football and he believes Italy will win the world-cup. Not sure about that forecast but, since I will go to Brazil (also) for that, it was nice to hear some real-hopes on a final Italy-Brazil at Maracana! ...
... stand. After negotiating our fare we were off through the streets of BA. We felt as if we were back in China with the crazy driving going on. But the graffiti covered buildings, and latin charm helped to bring us back to South America. We arrived at the hotel, paid the driver and checked in to our quaint little guesthouse in the Palmero area. The guesthouse was awesome, brightly coloured, and very homey. Our room was small, but nice and the bed ...
... to us in both books. It didn't fail to live up to the standards and the reviews online as the food was suburb, even the puddings were delicious and the wine great as always. The waiters were also really friendly and very helpful with the menu as there were a lot of things we didn't know what it was. We also had a free entrance drink that was nice, typical of the Europeans and as it was a French restaurant it was normal of them to offer it. A lovely night and amazing food ...