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... Even if you have never ridden a horse in your life this is doable and you will have the time of your life. I can't say enough good things about our instructor, Julio; he has the utmost patience, professionalism and enthusiasm for his sport. At the end of the day we once again were treated to coffee/tea and pastries, and then sadly it was time to depart. If you do nothing else while in Buenos Aires, consider ...
... in her defense she was incredibly sore from riding the day before (she may have mastered post trotting by the end, but I know it entirely eluded me). Whenever the tour stopped at a park with open space or a playground the girls raced off, plus we plied them with Skittles, potato chips, and empanadas to keep them in good spirits. I don't think either of them heard a word of the tour, but at least Jonathan and I learned a few things and got to see more ...
... in not much detail, and then on a boat to get a close up of the foot of the falls. We stripped down to swimming costumes and the flat bottom boat skimmed upstream rapidly towards the foot of part of the falls. It tantalisingly sped towards a very tall part then pulled away at the last moment before dunking us all right underneath the second highest part of the falls at the end. We were quite glad of being totally soaked through though, it was upwards of 35°c that day... It wasn't ...
... soccer teams in Argentina. The rivalry is insane, even Buzzfeed knows it... http://www.buzzfeed.com/kicktv/why-boca -juniors-vs-river-plate-the-superclasic o-agyn I had to stop by the Boca Jr. stadium for a picture, where the infamous Diego Maradona played. It took me a bit and I had to stop for directions a couple of times since the roads start getting a little weird in that area but it was worth it. There was a huge park that I crossed through to get to ...
... of musicians dotted around though, playing a variety of music. There were several decent spanish guitar players, and a fun instrumental ska band. I unsurprisingly came away empty handed but Rach in particular picked up some bits and bobs.
In the evening we headed out to another part of town and a restaurant the Kiwi's had told us about. The basic jist is if you eat and leave during happy hour of 7 to 8 ...