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... across the square, so it was visible from her front door. We visited the church but could not actually see it from outside the mansion as intended.
This was all due to a feud with a family known as the Kavanaghs. Their daughter and the other families son were in love but not allowed to marry by the matriarch in the first family as she felt the Irish blood was not good enough to marry into her family. As a result, the Kavanaghs commissioned a building which you will see in ...
... weird shapes rocks and cool places to climb and get awesome view points of the desert. after seeing a few more lagoons and flamengos we stopped at a semi active volcano and the day had an early finish as we stayed a salt hostel. Everything was made from salt, beds, tables, chairs, walls. safe to say we had really dry skin in the morning. we chilled with a few glasses of wine and a few quinoa beers. We told ourselves, 'as quinoa is a super food the beer must be healthy' so ...
... due to the number of stray dogs around .
We are a bit earlier in themonth than our last visit and there are numerous large trees in the parks and along the streets with huge pink blossom very like Lillies they are beautiful and I have found out that they are called Ceiba speciosa the Silk Floss tree .
On our way home today, just about 30hrs to go .........
... to the apt where I was staying and did some research I quickly learned the difference between the dollar and 'blue dollar' here in Argentina. See, per the government, the rate for $1 = 8.55 Argentine Peso. The purpose is simply for the cost of exporting and importing good. Having a lower Argentine Peso rate means they pay less for the exports and imports of goods... SMART! However, as tourists we don't know that! My point is, when coming too Argentina, DO NOT EXCHANGE AT A BANK ...
... was changed. After we picked up our luggage and stepped out of the airport, Fred was there holding an iPad with "FISKE" on it. Cool.
Fred owns the company Silver Star Transfer and Tours premium service in Buenos Aires. Karina is his wife. Fred is originally from NYC. Today he came to pick us up. He was a very pleasant guy and very helpful! On the way to our hotel, he showed us many landmark places. We really liked him and his wife and will give them great ...