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... in a rugby clubs with awkward dancing, loud chart music and green laser lights flashing every few seconds. We drank there for a bit with Danny and Ed before going to a nightclub on the quays called 'Asia de Cuba'. During the hostel party Sheeno got talking to a bird called Kathryn from Tyrone about our whole trip and he was explaining to her about how good spring break was. I was standing beside him so was listening in to what he was banging on about and then true to form ...
... boarding pass and boarded the plane. The plane pushed back from the gate early, and didn't take long to take off into the skies. I had my dinner, finished watching Taken 3, and slept. That ends the fun adventure in the EZE!
I really really really really LOVE Buenos Aires!! I didn't know what to expect but I just had a blast and am so glad I payed the Reciprocity Fee! The architecture was awesome, the city was just amazing to ...
... and moved hostels and Zoe and I said goodbye to Lauren and then had a lovely meal at this cute little restaurant in San telmo. The next day I met up with my Ozzie friend Mick who I had met in Santiago and then again in Mendoza. We walked from San telmo to Recolleta and then to Palermo which is the cool part of the city and had a London vibe to it. It was really nice to catch up with Mick and see another area of BA. That evening we went to a very popular show called ...
... man vs. nature issue everywhere including a lot of smuggling, and I winced every time our taxi raced through a swarm of yellow butterflies as they were celebrating the first days of spring, but outside of that I was continually reminded of the importance of our role as humans being the protectors of natures cycle, not the owners of it by the other guides. Iguazu Falls for instance was magnificent and the power if the water flowing under our feet as ...
... walked for miles! It was similar to Buenos Aires but a lot more chilled out - which was just what I needed! There isn't really too much to report from there, but it really was lovely. I headed back to Buenos Aires, very excited to be back in my favourite city ever! I made it here just in time for Saturday night, quickly made some new friends and we ended up just heading out for a few beers at the Irish bar across the road (so many Irish bars in ...