Hotel Boutique Reino Del Plata
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... So a new pair of shoes it is then. I'm already on the look out for running shoes so ideally if I could track down a pair of trail runners I'd be golden. How achievable that is however I dunno.
Spanish lessons focused on verbs, and how they mutate whether I'm talking about me, them, him, her etc etc. Lots and lots of verbs.
In the evening Samm, Rach and I headed to Boca to watch them play a Paraguayan team in the south american ...
Well to explain the title, I am from England in Argentina and my room mate is from Italy in Argentina. These means that we react differently to the weather. So today we were walking down the avenue I was wearing summer cloths only feeling slightly chilly and my room mate was wearing 2 coats and feeling warm. Made one of the women who runs one of the houses laugh. As it has turned ...
... us again in Iguazu, and so we ended up spending a fair amount of time together.
As for the falls, words will undoubtedly fail me in any attempt to describe them. The sheer mass of water perpetually tumbling into a white frothy abyss, and the deafening sound accompanying it. Just amazing.
The Parque Iguazu alone is quite a worthwhile destination. You can enjoy the leisurely train ride up to the falls or take the Green Route and ...
... was wiped out of inhabitants in 1871 due to a yellow fever epidemic. The colourful houses of La Boca are made from wood and corrugated iron and are very small. There would be several families living in 1 dwelling sharing all of the facilities. Only 1 road remains and this is called Caminito which translates to small street. The area was very vibrant with street sellers and couples dancing. During our afternoon at leisure we went to Tortoni's, the oldest cafe in Buenos Aires. ...
... some Argentinian money. As in all big cities, security/safety/theft is an issue. Our guide found a small bank on a side street, and it cost about $6.00 USD to withdraw $100 USD! Who knows what Bank of America will charge on top of that.
Then we were off to La Boca, probably the best known neighborhood in BA. It's filled with colorfully painted old buildings, lively with tango music, gaucho dancers,papier mache figures on balconies, even ...