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... noticeably more crumbling than it was at the time of our last visit. Argentina’s economy is once again on the ropes, the country has defaulted on its bond repayments - bonds that were sold to help the country out of an earlier financial crisis and the country’s president, the fiery and mercuric Cristina Kirchner is once again making threatening noises about the “Malvinas” – the Falkland Islands. President Kirchner’s use of ...
... healthcare and as part of her package she is entitled to one free plastic surgery procedure every 3 years. Her mum is on a higher more expensve package and she gets 1 free procedure every year! Thatīs why Argentina has one of the highest rates of plastic surgery in the world. We then went to a memorial to commemorate the Jews that died in 2 bombing attaks in Buenos Aires in 1992 and 1994 (the people responsible have never been found and there has been a ...
I arrive late morning, check in to Milhouse Avenue on Avenida do Mayo and sit down to the final of Wimbledon, where Federer and Djokovic are slogging it out in an impressive feat of multiple long, tiring, top quality rallies. It is hard to distinguish between the two in terms of quality, they are both at the top of their game. Federer has three break points in the final set to put himself in a winning position only to lose the game and then ...
... relax for a while before going out to meet the group at el rumba. We wandered for quite awhile and then lien, Abby, my mom, and I found el rumba, but it was closed! We thought about writing a note, but while we were looking for pen and paper, a lady across the street got my attention and told me in Spanish that there had been two ladies. She also pointed to the door and said they left a note. Sure enough there was a note that said, "hola! So... Plan foiled. We ...
Our bus trip from Punta del Este to Montevideo was interesting - once we got to the bus station! We had carefully ordered a taxi to pick us from our apartment and even checked the day before that they had the booking, but in true Spanish-style, it didn't turn up. Thankfully we managed to find a caretaker who was awake at 7.30am to ring for us and then eventually, the taxi arrived - manana, manana, etc!
The bus took us right into ...