Dazzler San Telmo
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Super accueil en arrivant à l'aéroport, mon guide vraiment sympathique m'a donné plein de choses à faire et a voir en ville. Donc après une sieste je me suis lancée mais avec une certaine peur d'avoir le mot touriste écris dans le front et d'être un peu trop visible. Mais bon ce voyage est pour me sortir de …
Our overnight flight from Toronto was relatively uneventful - movies, supper, attempts to sleep, breakfast. We were on one of Air Canada's new planes where there are personal pods in first class, which we unfortunately did not get to experience. There was however an interesting cycle of lights throughout the cabin from blue to yellow to white which …
... still meant I could only understand the odd 'Por Que' or 'Donde', the language was not what moved me to near tears but how musical talent is such a raw thing that binds us together, to our ancestors and to nature in a way that it is able to elevate our bodies and spirits when we hear it. It's safe to say I got more than my fair share of pins and needles and tears watching the performances, but equally love that music is such an integral part of ...
... for another two and a half months.
During this time, I wanted to be doing something else to contribute to the local community, as well as learning something new for myself. I managed to find a food bank distribution centre, Banco de Alimentos, where I could volunteer for a few hours a day, whenever suited me. I was helping to sort through food donations and box them up for distribution around Buenos Aires province, so the work wasn't ...
... are other hike options available but they were all completely flooded when we wanted to make use of them, so we grudgingly gave that a skip. It is said that the park is home to jaguars and pumas. In our case, a leopardprint clad tourist was the next best thing. But we did sight some toco toucans, a caiman and some coatis.
If you take the train right up north, you will arrive at a place called the Devil's Throat, the top of the falls. It ...