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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
Today was meant to run really smoothly. A pretty easy laid back day, see a few last sights, catch up with the girls for lunch and make my way to the airport to start the world cup adventure. It all started smoothly enough. I was planning on doing the 11am walking tour but got held up so I missed it but decided to do my own tour. I went to Av 9 De Julio which is the widest street in the world apparently. Walked towards the El Congreso saw a few ...
... wine, beautiful dancing and live singing by an Udo Jürgens look alike. After the tango show things got rather festive, and a group of us polished off the last of the hostel's Quilmes and then ended up in one of BA's seedier clubs dancing to long forgotten hits of the 90's.
On two ocassions we were imprisoned in our dorm by the cursed self-locking door. Thankfully, our method of shouting in all the languages known to us, intense door knocking ...
... in the hotel and proper food eating out – it worked ok.
Meals: $3 - $12
Wine Tour: $15 for an afternoon
Meal at Siga La Vaca: $12 each
Parilla BBQ Meal: $8 each
Ice Cream: $2 for ¼ kilo VERY CHEAP!
Average Daily Spend per person: $38
Transport there for both of us: $150
Total Spend for both of us inc. Transport: $760
... reservation and don't get told the address until after you have booked. We thought this might be a cool thing to do whilst in BA, and as we all needed a break from steak and Argentinian food, we booked Cocina Sunae where the chef Christina Sunae cooks Southeast Asian food. For 20 quid each we got 4 courses and the food was awesome. It was really nice to have some Asian food, especially for Nina and Pete, and the chefs home was ...
Leaving Africa was tough and probably the hardest point of my trip. I just fell in love with the place. My whole experience was incredible. Even the bad points were great.
My apprehension to come to South America had been brewing for months. I had many negative comments about travelling solo there and it wore off on me. I nearly booked a ticket home to retreat to my world of comfort. Instead, through the support of family and friends I am currently in Peru after ...