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We arrived in Buenos Aires this morning around 7:30. We got through customs fairly quickly, but we had a LONG wait for our bags. If it weren't for the fact that at least 50 other people were still standing around waiting for their bags, we would have assumed our bags didn't make it. We finally got out of the airport and were greeted by one of the National Geographic staff, loaded onto a bus for the 40 minute ride into the downtown area.
8.00 am pick up for Airport for flight to Iguazzu Falls, on Argentina side. 11.15 Arrived at Iguazzu Falls. Picked up & straight off for the Argentinian side of the Falls. Lunch in the Large National Park, saw lots of Monkeys in the wild that have become used to Humans. Walked to the various lookout points to view the falls. Recent rains have increased their discharge. Unbelievable site , ...
... have to wait for one. Our question was answered within about 30 seconds as the sub pulled up. It turns out that thre are no timetables displayed because the subs come ALL THE TIME. The longest we ever had to wait was 5 minutes, and that felt like a life time compared to the normal wait times.
Books, books, books
Buenos aires really won me over here. There's an endless selection of bookstores here, from the very large to the very small, from corporate to ...
... in the crowd I found out that most Argentinians go every Monday - that's how good it is! Great atmosphere and so impressive.
Today has been another chilled one - there was one main neighbourhood I haven't yet visited so I decided to go for a long walk down there, exploring the area and browsing the shops. I'm leaving Buenos Aires tomorrow for what I'm told is the "mini version" which should be great, but then I'm returning next week! Don't be surprised if I move here one ...
... with 54% of the vote. We spend a few minutes walking down the avenues, looking into crypts (yes, I admit it, it’s kind of creepy), taking pictures of the ones that garner our attention. It starts to rain again so we head for the coach. Just in time—the rain pounds the coach just as the last person boards. Whew. We continue our drive heading to the symbol of Buenos Aires: The Obelisk. On the way, Valeria tells us more about the people and ...