Aspen Suites Hotel
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... have to shop around, plus a bit of a walk from bus station.
Decided to overnight in BA and was able to change some of my
dollars and the Uruguayan pesos plus stock up on coffee.
As another lovely sunny day, decided to take the Tren de la
Costa back to the delta and see the bits I’m missed yesterday, the fruit market
and the Paseo Victoria. The former was nice but full of trinket and tatt shops
but also some working bits ...
... br> The next thing Argentina is famous for is steak. Obviously I do not eat beef, but it is very difficult to order anything that us not beef related. The waiters actually look at you like you're a freak! So...I caved. I wanted to try it, just once, to see what having a steak would be like after 15 years....Inaya, Paula (my friend from Chapada Diamantina) and I went to La Cabrera to have some. If I was going to have it it had to be the best! And....it was ...
... us that the Boca team were in our hotel and we leaving shortly to get on the bus to the game. It was a great spot by Mark. Whilst we were watching from the hotel and the players and manages were exiting there were many fans outside waiting for a glimpse of the them before getting on the coach. Apparently hotel Madero is where they always have their pre match meal before setting off to the stadium. At night we went to a french brasserie for our evening meal which had again ...
... flying to Atlanta, and would open up space for me to have mine on the plane for my flight to Argentina. I meant to only ask a couple rows, but it seemed as if the whole plane stared at me blankly, and then slowly turned their heads away. However, the captain actually volunteered and let me put my carry-on above him and he put his in a different area. So after thanking him 1,000 times, Emma and I switched things out so her carry-on, (which was now checked) had our inexpensive ...
... docos and movies about how we are destroying the world) and I am yet to experience "music therapy". Then bedtime, and the next day begins.
Overall its been good so far, there are two other volunteers here, one from UK and one from the States. The farm is really beautiful (refer to pictures).
Well that's all for now, I'm pretty tired.