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... So we walked. And it was so cold, so so soooo cold. So we found a cafe and had a hot chocolate and he had a muffin. The hot cocoa is cool there because it's a chocolate bar (stick really) that is submerged in a glass of hot milk that you stir to let it melt and dissolve. Mmmm, so good. Much better than the cocoa powder we call hot chocolate back home. And we got to use their cool spiral staircase to get to the bathrooms upstairs. It's the little things. By this point, I ...
We've been on the go for almost 7 months now and we're getting a little tired of constantly organising where to go next, how to get there and where we're going to stay etc. So we decided for the last part of South America (Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil) we'd go on an organised tour with a company called G Adventures. We met the group in the Buenos Aires, our CEO was an Argentinian woman called Flo and in our group was 3 Canadians, Roxie, Ioana and Leo. 2 Aussies, Zac ...
... dollars for when I was in Argentina. I decided the best step would be to delay my departure and use the next day to sort my money issues out in a town which actually had banks etc. It is in these situations that you get a sense of how lovely people are. Being on my own I am pretty self sufficient so it's easy to forget how much someone lending a hand really helps. Firstly the hostel owner Roberto offered to drive me down to the bus terminal to change my ticket, on his motorbike! It ...
... head home tomorrow. I actually arrive in Toronto on Sunday because I don’t leave until later in the afternoon. I’m sure I will find something to do in the morning….shopping, perhaps. But the suitcase is getting rather filled to capacity. To be fair (to me) on this trip, there wasn’t a lot of extra space to begin with as I had to pack for 3 different climates. I know, I know….First World Problems!
Buenos Noches everybody!!
... from our usual festive season, the restaurants, hotels and much of the town is decorated with trees, lights and signs saying 'Feliz Navidad'. Christmas in Argentina is focussed on Christmas Eve where most people gather with friends and family for an evening meal followed by fireworks at midnight, similar to New Years in the UK. Hence last night we sampled the Christmas menu at our hotel (the Mio) which was ...