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... and the other wanting me to come her hair. I have a lovely room mate who I go round with to the children's houses and in have met the lovely volunteers that come on the weekend to run activities wit the children. I was been taught over the weekend (which failed) how to use the monkey bars there I fell off more then once and fell in the mud where the 2 girls just laughed at me. :-) The children are all lovely and have so much energy considering they have school from ...
... lot of the city and learn a lot about the past and present politics, which I always find very interesting. Beunos Aires really go in for their democracy - there are protests almost every day in this city. Personally, I think that would drive me mad, especially when they are blocking the roads and getting in the way! Of course, being in Argentina, we had to go to a Tango show. We went to one at the famous Cafe Tortoni, where earlier in the day we also sampled ...
... Laila tov
19/02/2014 - BA: The center, history museum, Madera-art museum
in the morning I went to Florida st. to do the cambio. There are so many men and woman shouting [cambio[, Lot of policemen. When you agree with someone about the rate, he takes you to an office, and there you change. After 1 successful change, I tried a second one. The office seem suspicious to me - no more people, also the man locked the door. When I asked to count ...
... only learnt 3 steps. The guys on stage blew us away with their footwork. Great show and evening! I would highly recommend, worth every penny. After a couple of days sightseeing Wednesday was chore day. We all wanted to post stuff back home and had read that anything under 2kg the parcels could be sent from any local post office. Anything over 2kg, meant going up to the main post office in Retiro, which apparently was a nightmare. We decided that the ...
... to discover more of this city, but alas, for us, the South is calling. We did not come here to shop, although Jenny might beg to differ, we merely came to BsAs as a jumping off point to get to Patagonia.
We never did find our empanadas today. By the time we made it out for lunch, we stopped at the first decent place we came across but they had no empanadas there, so we will have to search for them in the South.