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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
Left late but had a bit of a tail-wind so arrived right on time. Hot & humid but thankfully our transfer was waiting & we were able to check straight into our room when we arrived, so after a shower & short rest we were set to hit the streets. Walked about 30 mins to shake off the jet lag, then enjoyed a beer & snack at the famous …
... parents he got into scar wreck, because I had talked to Morgan before catching the bus, and he said that he was able to register. It would take me another half hour before I could register! What if I didn't get the classes I want because they were all full?! I walked like an American (that's a thing here-how they pick you out: your pace) until I got to the school. I found a bench inside the school and pulled out the iPhone to register, and THE WIFI WOULDN'T WORK. ...
... while here and want to know more. She was the Presidents wife and was very much a voice for the poor and working class of the city. The tour guide described her as a thorn in the side of the government and that she wanted more equality for the poor. There is a building in the middle of one of the widest avenues in the world in B. Aires where on one side she is seen to be singing or shouting, this is towards the North side of the city which is the Upper Class, that she doesn't agree with and ...
... freebie), sampling the immense San Telmo Sunday Market and today visiting La Boca (The Mouth) barrio with it's brightly painted buildings. I'm going out for a Thai meal tonight, with Sarah and Andrew (carnival crew) and a schoolmate - we thought we'd mix the cuisine up a bit! They are leaving tomorrow and with Veronica and my other schoolmates departed too, I'm ready for my last push to finish my A1 level Spanish and continue exploring the country...and ...
... audience participation. Luckily I’d managed to barricade myself in with a chair from the adjacent table. Alan and Ronda however cherished the challenge. When Alan returned to the table I said to him, ‘Does this mean you’ve just been tangoed!!!’
The show was held together with a small 4-piece band consisting of a violin, concertina, double bass and piano. At the end of the show, the dancers, MC and musicians all came down from the stage and shook ...
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