Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... strange customs and a new way of life. While I barely managed to maneuver Philly's SEPTA from campus to downtown in an entire academic year, I was expected to navigate to the subway station, ride the subway, walk to a bus station and take the bus to the university all within 24 hours of my arrival and in an entirely different language. Somehow, god willing, I survived and arrived at the ...
... for our trip. (Every day Susanna, the expedition leader, spelt the word 'wind' and asked for karma to keep the w...i...n.....d away. It worked!!)
Now winging our way to BA. Expected temperature is 34 degrees.
Picked up by Stella and deposited at Hub Porteno again. Met by Sarah who runs the hotel and welcomed us 'home'. It is like staying in her personal home. She is really charming, interesting and well ...
... we were on, leading up to the town, had turned into a raging torrent. The wind began to blow a bit harder and the tree was offering less and less protection so we decided to make a dash for it. Three hundred metres up the road, we came to church with a big covered area in front of it and joined the others sheltering from the rain. The rain was so heavy that even with ponchos we got quite wet.
A bunch of school kids soon joined us and they looked pretty much ...
... green you pass, if red you better slow down and check if anybody coming from other sides. Pedestrian included! The bigger wins.
Let’s the show begins. Amazing to see the different reactions between North Europeans/Americans, literally in panic, and the 3 South Europeans/Mexicans enjoying this smooth and fluid traffic. Especially Diego, a guy biking with us, working in London but born and grow-up in Napoli ...
... A tall girl with a pierced tongue, she clearly knew her stuff and gave us loads of good info on our proposed route. The Big Ruta Cuarenta. Everyone thinks we are brave adventurous travellers. Whether we are mad as well will prove to be seen.
By this time it was midday and, with body clocks confused, we headed out for a bite of lunch and a deserved beer. Assailed on all sides by dealers offering 'cambio' I.e. the official unofficial ...