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- Airport Transportation
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... two long rides and I went on one (choosing to sink into a hammock rather than join the second) through the scenic fields around the estancia. There were four other guests, all adults, of varying riding abilities. The guides were a bit wary of putting Lorelei on her own horse -- and these were closer to horses than ponies, though I didn't pull out my tape measure to confirm -- but she was pretty committed to riding on her own, so we all agreed to give it ...
... in which we got attacked with foam and chased down the street (playfully). Thats enough of BA for now, but we do have 2 regrets... Liam is gutted he didnt get to see a Boca Juniors Football Match but the tickets we in excess of $200 (Over 120 quid) members only can watch and therefore its difficult for the gringos to get in without paying huge amounts and the guide. Secondly is Patagonia.... We will one day definitely return for this, but this time it was out of our budget ...
... we knew that was our cue to get back to the apt... we didn't want to be two girls roaming around the streets by ourselves. We god back, took a power nap, and got ready for a night out. We had heard that the clubs in Buenos Aires open late, REAL LATE... about 2 AM. They go until about 7 AM - that's my kind of party! We went to "Asia de Cuba" which was a club at the Port where we had dinner the night before. They charged a $10 cover which included a drink. We arrived about 2:30 AM ...
Up for a very underwhelming breakfast my first order of buisness was sorting Spanish Lessons in a school about a block away. The hostel do them for $200 for twenty hours but this place does them for $175. If I can pay in Peso's with Blue Dollars that falls to around $110. Unfortunately today is a Bank Holiday (Columbus Day) so the place is closed until tomorrow. I'm not too sure how they will make up the extra hours but that has become ...
... called 'La Bomba De Tiempo'. Sounds a bit weird but the idea is that there is a composer who improvises and the drummers follow and see what happens, which means each performance is different! It was held in an old oil factory which has been turned into a culture centre and is really cool. The whole night (including the litres of beer we drank!) was incredible! We were right at the front of the crowd which meant we almost got caught up in a mosh pit (!) but also that we had ...