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... know if you'd been reading my blog, we just took the Sky Train to the port in Vancouver - no airlines involved. No overweight bags, no second bag charge - easy peasy. But now some 42 days and some 11,000 miles travelled, we're having to get on our first airplane tomorrow and we could be in trouble. Despite the fact that I've left about 20 pounds of clothing here in BA, I'm likely still overweight. How can that be possible. I ...
... ship metal and of course the atmosphere of soulful music. After reconsidering our path of no return to get off at Constitution Station. A travel magazine recommendation (I suspect he had never actually been there) for a leisurely stroll through the near by historical port side neighbourhood...and walking quickly (very quickly) down the less...cobbled pathways of a forgotten paris...and more...broken cement pavers trickled with layers of archeological worthy dog droppings. ...
... already had with us so we thought it would be an easy exchange. The guy helping us kept on asking for our 'check in' which we had no clue what he was talking about. Eventually we worked out that he wanted a copy of the stamp we got at the airport when entering the country.... No clue why. Anyways, we had to walk half a block to a photocopy place, get some copies made and eventually after some paperwork, making up passwords, choosing bikes etc we were finally able to ...
... than you get in the banks. We then set off to the next museum, an exciting one which housed historical artifacts relating to Argentina. We passed by the 'Pink House'-the governors mansion and an impressive building. The museum was very well rated and also closed. 0 for 3. Open Wednesday-Saturday as we were informed by some Croatian tourists who were in possession of a paper stating this and surprisingly disappointed to see that it was in ...
... However, our Enterprise Award went to a young guy who set up and played his bongos in a very crowded Subte carriage. He cleared a space for himself (no mean feat), laid his mat on the floor, unfolded his stool and then bongoed for a couple of stops. To the applause of the passengers he collected his tips over their heads with a net on extendable rod. Full marks for enterprise and musical ability.
Today, after visiting a bank diguised as ...