Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires
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I got a knock on my door at the hostel this morning and I was pleasantly surprised to see Karin, my Dutch friend. She and her boyfriend Tristan just arrived this morning and they’re spending the next few days here in Buenos Aires before heading back to Holland. It was nice to see Karin, and meet Tristan, and catch up on what she had seen since we last met up. I think the last time we saw each other was in Copacabana, Bolivia, so we’ve seen ...
... in Buenos Aires known for their colorful houses and Tango performances. We took the bus there which cost us about 30 cents each (WIN!). My friend who lives in Argentina had got us a bus card and put some money in it so that we could navigate through the city. Once we arrived to "La Boca" we walked around, went into shops, and were just fascinated by the colors of the city. It was like something out of a book. Everything was a different color and not to mention it was such ...
... the Dutch girls who were just starting their travels and were totally crazy. After lunch we got our chaps and helmets on and headed out to meet our polo horses. Peter had the advantage of knowing how to ride a horse so was really excited while Lisa was mildly concerned about breaking her back...Peter's horse was nicknamed 'Tourist Killer' and Lisa's was allegedly '************'...gladly these weren't accurate. The horses were really well trained (although a bit naughty at times) ...
... them out. (In case you're wondering, Rest of the World beat Columbia). We had no idea just how important this tournament was, but we soon got an idea when the large stands of the main arena quickly filled up and the British Ambassador was presented with the national flag just before kick off. Blimey, this was a major event we'd stumbled across (though no Wills or Harry). We quietly sang the national anthem, and settled down in our seats. Come on England!!! So, four ...
... into Argentina's massive capital of Buenos Aires.
The only bus terminal we've seen thus far that comes even close to 'Retiro' in ...