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After so much anticipation, excitement and planning and money (thanks Gran!), we are finally here! It's been a hot day with a beautiful blue sky if not a bit sweaty, we'll have to get used to that over the next 3 weeks as its only going to get hotter. The flight was 15 hours from Paris and went reasonably quickly and without hitch, even with Jenny …
... Valerie on the bus. Argentinians were so friendly. We were loving Buenos Aires, the people, the food, the cultures and the way of life.
Friday...we were up early... It was the day before the rugby game Argentina verses South Africa, we still didn't have tickets and the game was sold out the day before. On the Thursday Kev had gone onto twitter pleading to whoever would help us on the SA squad, medics, PR, and management front for two tickets to the game ...
... the street. So after talking to the one guy, his boss, and another guy who speaks English were able to tell him we have Chilean pesos and want american dollars and agree on an exchange rate. He says "ok my friends. Come to my office." We were a little freaked out at first, but wee were on a really street and the building was busy. So no need to be alarmed. But still quite the experience. After that we went and got tickets for the bus tour and hopped on. We even got a bottle of ...
... and it's brand new crisp 100 bills. They are pretty, purple and orange.
We brought the tablet to the coffee shop but [jaw drops] they don't have wifi. well ****.
We go back to the apartment and the internet is kind of working. I get some emails. Oh he did email us at 9:24am! 12.8 rate and how's 3pm? Sure thing.
Hungry we go out without a plan. We wander with us one hundred dollar bill. The idea is that they'll either ...
... stayed on a working ranch in Patagonia c) Adam hadn't quite recovered (emotionally) from the four day trek in Chile d) we quickly fell in love with Buenos Aires ..... we decided to alter our route somewhat and go to Uruguay for a day trip and extend our time in BA. This allowed us to stay in a few different locations around Buenos Aires and, similarly to London, each district had its own culture and feel. Initially we visited the main ...