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... do some washing so Martin and I went to drop it off wand then went for a coffee/ smoothie in a cafe called La Poesia. Once the washing was done we dropped it off at home and as there was a market on in San Telmo Martin and I went to walk around it and see what they were selling. It's a nice market with a mix of clothes, mate cups, jewellery and other touristy things. So we had a walk around and then went back home. We had some late lunch and just chilled at home. Melissa had been ...
... Pau to change some money through the blue market (not black) to get a much better rate and this was done very conspicuously at the side of a building, I was scared to death.Ciao
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What I could have done better ...staff could have translated some stuff and maybe give me the heads up on what they were going to discuss...
... the children not from the orphanage came up and said hello to. I went into the center of Buenos Aires on Thursday were there are a lot of high rising flats and parks. I went to an art museum with 6 older girls from the orphanage, and felt like an art student again as I was taking down names of the artist for there is real good art in there that is very inspiring. There you have some little details about life hear. ...
... arms. Cheek to cheek. Inhale together and exhale. That is when time stops ad the dance begins. In the tune with the music, light like a feather my feet move over the dance floor. Effortlessly picking up on the subtleties of the music to build in an adorno (embellishment) with my feet listening to the movements of my partner and just floating away in the music and the night. Two people that don't know each other in perfect harmony dancing as one. Forgetting the world around and ...
We arrived after a long bus ride, back across the Patagonian grassland of the far south, crossing the boarder into Argentina and winding down a narrow highway once again to El Calafate. Making a quick transition through town and out to the airport, we finally arrived for our northbound plane- two hours early!
This unforeseen pause in the day gave us a chance to explore the small airport and make our way to the third floor, where a ...