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... concerns are: I need to buy a whole box of tissues and try not to cough on the 30 hour bus ride, I hope I don't smell/look like a zombie when I get off the bus and Jorge's friend picks me up. So yeah. That's all folks. See you in Brazil! Cultural things: Clothes: Girls don't show their legs. I looked super weird wearing gym shorts to go for a run. Everyone stopped and stared and it was uncomfortable. I wasn't even wearing short shorts. But girls here, if they wear shorts, ...
... serve you tap water, instead you have to purchase a glass bottle at the table. As i learned the first time, you also have to specify -sin gas or -congas because of the commonality of sparkling water. Along with this, the wine costs just as much as a bottle of water. Whats the clear choice here? Third, a secret that should be shared with the world: Argentina's medialunas. Medialuna, meaning half moon is essentially a croissant, but better because of ...
... sort of corkiness that made you want to snap a picture. Art was everywhere and the streets were packed. With 13 million people in the surrounding area of Buenos Aires it is hard to avoid the crowd. La Boca was a great day.
We had a full day adventure taking the train up to the area known as Tigre. This is an area of town that is surrounded by canals of water and has islands scattered everywhere. We decided to take a ...
So the travel planning for the next six weeks is completed. Lasted only three hours. With good music and food at the Hard Rock Café fits in this rainy day. Next weekend we go finally. Get out of the comfort zone in pure nature. Lets ...
... parks, and there are handicraft fairs, I set out to tour these in the Palermo neighborhoods. Another contrast is that there is WIFI pretty much anywhere you go. Certainly makes keeping in touch easy. Not too much to report on for the remainder of the time in BA - will be in touch again after I arrive in Cordoba and settle in a bit - I am excited to see a new city, take some Spanish classes and begin my volunteer project!
Jules on ...