Elevage Buenos Aires Hotel
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... br> no help there.
Earned a good lunch in a popular café, a 80 peso (£4) menu
del dia – had an empanada to start, massive juicy chicken breast with fries, crème
caramel (flan) for afters washed down by a Coke. Typical Argentinian cuisine –
not a vegetable, except a little bit of onion, in sight and the flan was
finished off with a big dollop of dulce de leche!
... Not the usual nana markets. Buenos Aires markets. One street. About 1 km long, packed with stores, people and bands. It wasn't like Cronulla fair where they get star search to sing. They were awesome bands. Couples tango-ing in the street. Cool atmosphere. Shaun buys a shirt for 250 pesos and on the way back I go to the same shop and get one for 50 pesos cheaper. Sucker. Shaun says to me "how am I supposed to learn Spanish when I can't even remember my passport ...
... we were plotting our move to a few empty seats with a better view of the stage.
After dinner, we walked around the theater to take a few pictures. We could tell the show was about to begin any minute, and we saw our waiter just in time. We told him our problem, and he immediately brought us over to the other side of the stage, and put is in the perfect seats for the show. The timing was ...
... grab him by the scrotum. Then they have this clamp like device which basically goes over the base of the scrotum and then they squeeze, luckily there is no blood (and the lamb is exceptionally brave & did not make a murmur!) but the sound alone was not a joke which didn't help, as Nats was looking away but heard the crunch. Apparently they clamp the scrotum in such a way that the blood supply gets cut off and the balls eventually fall off! Seemed pretty cruel but it made sense ...
... change room in 15 minutes, cause we had decided to meet Becca downstairs at 11:30. We got down at 11:45, a bit late, but Becca was still there. We got a taxi over to the cemetery, the one that was closed yesterday. Taxis are quite cheap here, compared to food and clothes, which are almost the same as home. The cemetery was really cool, not the regular type of cemetery. It was more like walking in a town with small streets and blocks. The ...