Hotel Argentino La Plata
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... gazebo in a park where the locals go to dance tango. It was brilliant as a man from Peru taught me how to tango. I wish I had had a pair of heels on instead of my trainers though! La boca was an amazingly colourful part of town. The houses were brightly coloured and there was a great tango vibe going on. We saw where the football stadium is and had a delicious lunch at don Carlos restaurant where ...
... Vista style songs. He then bounds of and continues on his way.
Christmas is definitely coming now with shops selling the kind of Christmas decorations we are used to at home, all tinsel and green trees and coloured lights twinkling. The one thing I can't find at all is, surprisingly, wrapping paper. It's just all so incongruous for us with the hot sunny weather.
Soon we will be leaving the city for a few days and heading off to ...
... I felt a splattering on my back. I looked around and couldn't see anything or anybody, but could suddenly smell a foul smell.
A man walking by exclaimed that I had bird poop all over my back and pulled out a packet of kleenex to wipe it off. I pulled off my vest that had all my camera lenses and camera equipment in it and there were smelly splatters all over the back. I started working on the poop on the back of the vest with the man helping. This is ...
... Fe, the huge street, to find the right bus to take. Simple, right? Haha. Wrong. There are a billion different bus routes and a stop for each kind but we kept passing the same numbered stops. Finally we called Carmen and asked her what to do. Boom, done. We arrived about ten minutes late for our placement test but it turned out that we were far from being the last ones to arrive. Placement test was cake. It was one page front and back and I showed off a little in the story ...
My word of the day: MEDIALUNAS.
MEDIALUNAS (translated half-moons/Halbmonde) are everywhere in Buenos Aires and, honestly, they are reason enough to visit this place. MEDIALUNAS are the basic ingredient of an Argentine breakfast, clearly a must have. What the D-bag is for fashion women, is the MEDIALUNA for do Portenos (Buenos Aires people).
Actually, breakfast in Buenos Aires is light ...
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