Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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... to the smoking area where we huddled around talking to the same people we came in with. Someone passed a comment about how small the river was in width and then Sheeno goes and claims that he could swim across it under a minute. Granted it wasn't the biggest river in the world but there is no way on earth he was getting across it in a minute. Sheeno was adamant that he could and himself and Gilly argued about it for the majority of the time we were there. They just kept at ...
... low light. Before we entered, we waited outside for 10 or so minutes with many other eager diners until one of the waiters unlocked the doors and welcomed us all to the deal before seating us. The waiter recommended the ribeye so we both went for it, although we'd normally go for a fillet, rump or sirloin. Lydia was disappointed that she changed her choice from the rare rump as although it was good, it wasn't the best steak we've had on the trip, but maybe it was the ...
... great it was. I hadn't done any horse riding in South America yet and so thought this was the perfect opportunity to do something different and it was immense! We had to drive out of BA for 2 hours and arrived at this beautiful farm where it was green and lush for miles and there was a lot of beautiful horses everywhere. We first watched a polo game which was very impressive and very fast! Each match only lasts 7 minutes and then all the horses have to be changed. A ...
... PARTIES Finally, what I was warned about but did not count on as I celebrated feeling a little lighter post Turkey, was how much Argentinians love their dessert. Alfajores, a biscuit caramel snack, would not be out of place in the Alice in Wonderland tea party or certainly next to Pollyanna's Aunt's cucumber sandwiches. Wow, they are like little biscuity caramel brownies. And dulce de leche....a slight derivative on condense milk caramel we know and love ...
Buenos Aires: How to be a Porteņo
I spent just over 2 weeks in Buenos Aires (henceforth referred to as BA). During this time I became quite acquainted with the vibrant city as well as the local Porteņo (the name given to the BA residents, the People of the Port) way of life. The Porteņo's, I came to learn, have an identity of their own, very eager to stand out among the rest of Argentina, and South America for that matter.
The city ...