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... from US Dollars in Pesos at a good 'blue dollar' rate. Sneaky. Our lack of Spanish is a) Embarrassing and b) Problematic. We've been giving ourselves a bit of a crash course out of necessity. "No hablo espaniol". Sorted. Fragrant people. In a good way! People in BA (that's what us locals call it) seem to enjoy perfumes and aftershaves. It's nice. Also, generally the city seemed clean and didn't whiff. In sharp contrast to us in a couple of weeks, I think. Overall, ...
... before putting us on the number 29. I thank him and tell him I love him (he smiles - win - no prison for me!) It takes a while to get home due to some crazy protest which nearly makes a few of the groups international flights quite right! We have an early group welcome meeting to meet the immense Flo as tonight is Argentina vs Uruguay in the copa America tournament, I am such a boy these days ;) we head to an Irish bar with our old crew and new Australian Lachi to eat and ...
... We went to get it twenty minutes later and when we got there, they still hadn't even started it. He said that's happened before and they suck. But the pizza is worth the wait. I paid for it since I still owed Jorge from the other day, despite his arguing. When we got back, we ate and yes, it was very good. Half was bacon, which I didn't like, but the other half was calambresa, I think. It's a kind of sausage. And they got a can of corn and opened it and put that on ...
... with a soccer ball, to sitting down in one of their restaurants. This was not an area where one strayed off the Main Street, or after dark.
It took us quite a while to finish up in La Boca, as there was so much to see, explore, and purchase. We made our way to San Telmo via a local bus. After finishing up here, we went with Jack to exchange Dollars for Pesos. This time Jack led us to a newspaper and candy vendor stand on busy Florida Street. ...
... like pretty enthusiastic Star Wars fans. Cool. No wonder we didn't find an afterparty. Our last day in Buenos Aires we spent doing not a lot, the temperature was hitting 32C and we were feeling a little tender after the previous nights Brutal Force. We visited the impressive cathedral, former home ground of the current Pope, and wandered around an eco reserve a short walk from the city. We watched a bit of tango later on since part of the street we were staying on was closed ...