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... Bombanera stadium, to watch Boca Juniors play. The home crowd were raucous in support of their team, the atmosphere unlike anything I had experienced. Whilst I won't bore you with a match report of Boca's well received 3-1 victory, I particularly enjoyed the performance of the referee. His approach seemed to be influenced by a combination of Red Card Football for PS2*and the Llandyrnog and district summer league ref who I know only as Maggots. Rach's cultural visit for ...
... 2am as the clubs only open around that time. Arriving at the club for 3, we stayed for an hour or so before calling it a night. The club was apparently still going strong well after sunrise.
A nice lie in was required for our last day. We had enquired about the possibility of catching a Boca Juniors game but heard it was dangerous to go there by ourselves without tickets. We didn't fancy the possibility of getting ...
After 20 hours on a plane, a quick refuel in Rio and the full first season of Twin Peaks under my belt we finally set foot in South America. Arriving at our hostel around 10 we had a quick beer on the rooftop terrace then went to bed to sleep off the flight. After a long lie and finally adjusting our body clocks we ate breakfast at the hostel. I had my first proper taste of my new favourite spreadable food, Dulce de Leche, basically caramel in a jar, my teeth are ruined already so ...
... with these huge elaborate mausoleums, the land costs at least 100 grand to buy then you have to pay rent every year, seems kinda pointless to me but some of the mausoleums were pretty impressive. We also had some of the best ice cream in Buenos Aires, saw the most expensive hotel in the world (rooms start at 6000 dollars a night) and the embassy for the Vatican city, Congress etc. Then yesterday we booked a walking tour of la boca, the traditional working class ...
... down to let us in. In this manner we rolled over to the curb and parked our rental Volkswagen in its final resting place - the bus lane of the busy Avenida Italia.
With the car spraying large quantities of orange coolant all over the road and our ferry to Argentina only 3 hours away, we needed to find a quick solution. After several phone calls full of broken Spanish and English that were partially drowned out by the sound of traffic, we were eventually told ...