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Tuesday we had a leisurely start as we checked out of our party hostel (yes its a renowned party hostel and so we paid to upgrade to a private room and did not party!!) where they had kindly given us a free bottle of red wine for honeymoon (we may turn into red wine at this rate!). We then joined the 10:30am tour of a different part of the city - the one we had missed the first morning to go to the theatre. There was understandably some overlap with ...
Our 2nd 20 hour bus journey then took us to Salta in north Argentina, here we mainly just chilled out and we saw the 7 coloured mountains which lead us to the real gem (after another 10 hour journey and crossing the border).... Bolivia!!
Una's favourite country thus far! The poorest country in South America but by far the cheapest for travellers, hosting some of the politest people and the coolest things to do!!
We decided to go to ...
... to me. Lastly, the political situation here is…volatile at best. Coming from the dysfunctional United States, I have no right to judge the governing failures of others, but something about Argentina feels particularly ridiculous. Many people here are both still reeling from the government devaluation of the peso in the 90’s, and kind of always expecting something like that to happen again. It ...
... much more straightforward one with my family at home in London. We followed this with present opening under our rather makeshift tree and a quick dip in the swimming pool. Now we're getting ready for a festive 'tribute to frank Sinatra' night at the local jazz club. We will be sending a fuller update on our time in Buenos Aires soon, but for now, we hope you've had a very happy Christmas and have a wonderful New Years ...
... the driver Francis got for us to drive us to the airport today.
We went to "downtown" Iguazu. A very disappointing trip because the town really had nothing worth getting. Very dumpy :-( It was Sunday, a lot of stores were closed. The ones that were open were mostly for tourists and seemed to be selling more or less the same things. We did not even spend an hour there.
We checked out of the hotel at noon (that was extending the checkout time by 2 ...