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... to their country we should be able to speak Spanish! I did see her point but she had no idea if we even spoke any Spanish and everyone has to start somewhere. There are certainly some people here with very bad feeling towards the British!
Had a rather bizarre experience at Colon theater, we wanted to see a ballet but there was not one on until March, so we ended up seeing a 3D film of a ballet in the theater! It was actually really good, however it ...
... who made me supper and showed me his neighbourhood. And finally there was a bit of a going away night out for friends from class where we went to a bar with live music and played fusbol. Getting to La Plata felt like it was going to be a hassle, but thanks to a very helpful friend that works at my Spanish school, I got it all figured out. I don't know how busy a normal Friday would be, but yesterday was very crazy. I ...
... that I couldn't translate, but that tastes perhaps like intestine? Anyway, we washed this down with a glass of wine and then headed back to our hotel to grab our bags. The friendly lady wasn't there, but her husband grabbed the key and wanted to send us off, but we told him that we needed to pay. In the end I had to show him an email from Carolina, his wife, to explain how much we needed to pay. All was good. We stumbled across the ...
Buquebus (pronounced bookiebus) are the main ferry operators that cross the enormous River Plate to Uruguay. It takes 3 hours to cross a river, I read that at its mouth it is 137 miles wide! We are headed for a town called Colonia before we take the bus to the capital Montevideo and stay there for 3 days. Colonia, at least the part the tourists come to see is very small, with old Spanish colonial buildings and cobbled tree-lined streets and lots of Americans. The atmosphere is ...
... quite simple. We got off the bus right next to a sign pointing down the street to the museum. Perfect! We walked up to the museum – could even see a giant ship with all it’s masts outside – to see the large red sign Cerrado . Closed? On a Wednesday afternoon? There were no opening hours or any indication that ...
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