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... fresh Italian pasta joints, our favorite food to eat while in BA. We had also stopped for salad greens at one of BA's many Chinese owned groceries. So, after seeing the end of Germany's annihilation of Brazil, we enjoyed dinner together and called it a day, the last of Eli's eighth year.
Eli's 9th birthday was filled with LOTS of celebrating, more than any regular ninth birthday party. July 9th, the first day of Eli's 10th year on the planet ...
... so I was very full and struggled to get to sleep for a while! I think because I have barely eaten red meat in 7 months my body also struggled to get it digesting for a while, haha. All in all Buenos Aires was an amazingly varied and very liveable city and we had a great time. Our next stop though I was very much looking forward to, Iguazu Falls! And apologies for the **** entry, I couldn't get into a writing rhythm and reading back over it it just sounds ...
... for the bus. It is a very orderly and polite affair, and lends an air of cooperation to the vibe here. Although this is a very big city it has quite a laid back feel which is helped by the many parks which are full of people enjoying life. Almost all of the people we have encountered are very nice.
We returned to the hotel, quickly got ready and headed out for sushi at a restaurant that turned out to not have sushi. But ...
As expected, today was not an early morning day. Got up at about 11 and got a shower, knowing that we already missed the breakfast. We told Becca we could meet up with her at 12, if she didn't wanna leave early with the rest of the group. But she wasn't at the hotel, so we left a couple of minutes after 12. Nick was as hungry as I was, so just to make it quick and easy, we walk straight to Mc Donald's to get food. Not quite the ...
... Because really, it's the first week of October, and we only have five weeks of school left here. That's so depressing. On the other side of that, though, I'm starting to miss home. All of the small things are adding up. Not having my male influences (guy friends). The food. Not being a legitimate part of my committees at school. Not having a job. Not being able to cry to my friends, or support them when they need someone. Not having a counselor. Seriously, counselors are like an ...
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