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... drinks would run all night for ladies only. In practise they should have called it Gentleman's Night, as we would simply send the girls to the bar to get us drinks as we sat there, which seemed to fall into the old stereotype of the women doing all the work for the man.
We got chatting to a few people including the Surfer Germans we originally met in Rio and have re-met in various other places. I set a gruelling ...
... between the 5 of us... Turned out these were the three top bunks of 3 triple bunk beds in the smallest dorm you've ever seen. To top this off Jo's bunk had an open 6ft window next to it with no bars that opened onto a drop from the second floor to the ground, and Rachel's bed had a fan above it that sounded like a hurricane in the room. Luckily we were all exhausted so we all passed out surprisingly quickly and slept right ...
... to our time limit today, we couldn't go on one. Which sucked as it looked like a very interesting tour as it is home to the elite, famous and i famous individuals (mostly politicians I believe) of Argentina. Afterwards we got back on the hop on hop off bus, determine to get to La Boca next because I really wanted to get another wristband. 10 mins in, we realised La Boca was another 50 mins of bus riding away. Not having the time for that we got off ...
George and I finally caught up with a unicorn we have been chasing for the past few years, only to discover it was actually a horse with a toilet paper tube glued to it's head. Blast. So, Johnny Walker Blue has been that mythical whiskey that is so delicious you must sell your first born in order to afford a bottle. We finally had the chance to try a glass… only to discover that we both actually prefer ...
... lagoon with fish, children feeding the birds, a drumming group performing, and children running through a spray park - a typical Sunday in Buenos Aires. We stopped at a panaderia in his neighbourhood and picked up some sandwiches, and a few croissants. We went to Martin's apartment and had some Saskatoon Berry treats to share with him. He tried Saskatoon Berry Jam, Saskatoon Berry honey and Saskatoon Berry chocolates - all got the thumbs up! He also tried ...