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... Ein Arbeitskollege (vom Cha Chá), der in der Schweiz lebt, aber in Mar del Plata geboren und aufgewachsen ist, hat darauf bestanden, dass ich seine Heimatstadt besuche. Jedenfalls hat mir eines Tages seine Schwester, die in Mardel lebt, eine Email geschrieben und mich eingeladen, die Küstenstadt kennenzulernen. Dies hat mich sehr gefreut und überrascht und ich nutze diese Chance :-)
Am Samstag Morgen früh ging es mit dem edlen Bus Richtung ...
... but interesting sight as I had never been to a beach that looked like it.
Walking around a little further we defiantly noticed the amount of people getting around. The place was packed with people everywhere. There were a lot of street performers with people sitting on stairs or standing where ever they could creating what was similar to an Amphitheatre. There was just a good vibe around the place. It seemed like it was going to be a good few days.
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... y regalarnos los deleites de su cocina. Gracias también por las sillas tan confortables para los chicos!
A Dana y Marcela por ese chapuzón reparador que nos dimos en la Posada del Solar! Fue un placer compartir charla, asadito, recuerdos y mimos.
Besos de plata y mar!!!!
... Amazing... Also Buenos Aires is one of the top places in the world for psychoanalysis, all Freud lovers who love their mothers... haha
All in all it was an amazing three days, first couchsurfing experience for both myself and Sergio... turned out great. It's nice to have someone to show you around who lives there, had friends with a car, and knew all the good spots. Saw some street music too.
... was 'official' but just like Christmas Eve, the entire waterfront just erupted with every kind of firework imaginable - some looking somewhat professsional but most just randomly going off in every direction, some up in the air, some out over the water, some over the streets and in the parks. We worked our way through it and back to watch some of it from the safety of the hotel, and called it a night ( and a year). Another memorable ...