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... never fell out. Whew!
We got all the packing done in good time - two and a half hours to be exact. Of course packing to depart is easy-just cram it all in and sort it out at home.
Once again having a baby with us paid off as we were sent to the front of every line at the airport. I think I might buy a realistic looking sleeping baby doll and take it every time I fly. I’ll just put it in the overhead bin once ...
... of sides and desserts, it wasn't long before we were utterly stuffed, and we sat back with very full stomachs to enjoy the (also included) after-dinner music-and-dance show. While Carlo was a little disappointed that we were completely in the wrong part of the country to hear samba and bossa nova, he was nevertheless delighted with this serving of local music. Porto Alegre is known as Brazil's capital gaścha for the gaśchos (cowboys) that historically worked in the area and ...
... you to the point of tears. Funny how things work out like that. With that being said, I really DO like my spanish classes! It's not only improving my spanish skills but also helping me connect with the city of Buenos Aires itself. Everyone is very friendly and really helps to create a positive learning environment.
On Saturday, VOS (the name of the language institute) took us on a field trip to Colonia, Uruguay (right across the river from BA). ...
... even pulled over and bought us pastries for breakfast :) Once in Uruguay we were dropped off at our hotel in the city of Salto. The main attraction here was the Dayman Thermal Spa where you could get cheap massages, so we quickly dropped our bags off in our room and then headed to the bus stop. This is one of the many times when Tucan's lack of knowledge/organisation really got to us. We were told that we just needed to walk to the bus stop next to the hotel ...
... 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 ...
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