Hotel Boutique Reino Del Plata
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... in the cliffs, right up to where we were allowed to stand, amazing and very cute..! Storm caused flash flooding back where shop was docked, but we had warm and sunny weather. Today at sea, heading towards Falklands, very foggy, captain keeps blowing foghorn, which makes it a bit eerie, getting colder too. Oh well, lots to do on the ship, ...
... have arrived on a Sunday when San Telmo holds its famous market; the streets were lined with stalls selling homemade artisanal crafts and the shops behind had antique and art souvenirs. We happily meandered through the hustle and bustle to see all of the treasures on offer. As we arrived towards the end of the market we stopped in a parilla, one of Argentina's notorious meat restaurants. Under Paulo's recommendation we ordered a meat pizza (insert correct Argentinian name ...
... wasn’t like we would have to make decisions about what to leave behind, it would just be a redistribution and repacking exercise. Being so early, the airport was still relatively quiet and we breezed through check in without any baggage issues. Next stop was the Tax Office – there is a special, additional departure tax when leaving Ushuaia airport. Tax paid, 28 pesos each, we were off to the Tourist Information office for David to get his passport stamped for being ...
... we went to served us Empanadas and it didn't disappoint. They were scrumptious. Then we walked to the next restaurant where we got our first experience with Argentine beef. OMG, it was amazing. If you think our beef in Australia is good, wait till you try Argentine beef. After our meet fix (and vodka shot for me/tequila shot for everyone else) it was time to head to the ice cream shop. I ended up trying the local recommended Argentine flavour, dolce lechte, ...
... and have a nice house on the outskirts of BA. Analia's Dad soon had the BBQ grill on the go and pointed out all the different things we'd be having. Despite an inordinate amount of cows, Argentinians like to eat every part of every cow so we were treated to black pudding, intestine, glands, kidney, ribs, and, of course, steak. Denise wasn't so keen on the more unusual items but, apart from the black pudding, I thought it was all pretty tasty. We had a very ...