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... spectacular with real passion, and the champagne free flowing, I couldn't take my eyes off one excitable elderly lady in the audience. She was clapping with gusto and singing to all the traditional songs with a beaming smile alongside her stoic husband, I like to think that she used to be a dancer in her heyday, and he encouraged her passion even though he was uninterested, she was just fantastic and how I want to be in my 80's. So thankfully we left the City and indeed ...
... to surprise us. They started beating the fence, and climbing on it completely ignoring the razor sharp barbed wire at the top. Men were tearing off their shirts. Strangers were hugging each other, jumping on top of each other. It was mass chaos. In a flash we were down to the last five minutes. Racing was winning 1-0 but with five minutes left, a lot could happen The crowd was eager but apprehensive. If they pulled this off, they'd beat one of ...
... Waitrose but they do not export much to UK market. Very quickly our taxi came and we had to go. We did take a little pressy to enjoy back at the apartment though. Tuesday All day trip to ranch. Large ranch outside BA mixture of arable and beef. They also breed polo ponies to sell and run tourist trips to the ranch. Needles to say tourists were no where near polo ponies. Day started with a drink and an empernada then a horse ride, very tame, but ...
... day! It had come to our last day in Buenos Aires, could have stayed longer. Such a nice city and so many different things to do! I took a walk around San Telmo and as it was a Sunday the big market was on. It was huge with everything you could think of but mostly art and antiques. It was such a sunny and warm day here for a change! After strolling about for a few hours, it was time to get back and get ready for our last night. We had decided to ...
... laughed as the elderly passengers seemed to think they didn't have to obey the rules and tried to get special treatment, the only problem for them was that they are in the majority so it doesn't work! On board we settled in, did the life jacket drill, enjoyed some food and chatted with our table mates, who are a good laugh. Though one couple we have spoken to were mugged in the centre of Buenos Aires in the middle of the day. Thankfully ...