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... dirty clothes we probably weren't a target! Caminito is an experience, not a great one but one which is undertaken by busloads of tourists. The area for me represents everything which is bad about tourism. Bus loads of people ushered into two streets flanked with security at either end paying top dollar for bland food, whilst watching tango danced by people dead behind the eyes more interested in offering photos for money then the dance. A short stroll among the souvenir ...
... home team fans. About 45 minutes before game time we noticed a heavier police presence inside the stadium and were greeted by a policia chopper flying overhead. This is when we really understood the kind of seriousness we were about to witness. We can talk about the numerous shots on goal that RC had but that's so typical in a good soccer game. The most memorable event, of course, was the first score. It didn't come until the second half and the fans ...
... room with a wrap around balcony. It was light airy and welcoming. Our hostess Clara was charming and very knowledgable. We had 5 wine tastings a sparkling a white and three reds. As I do not do red wine I had an extra white which was excellent. Look out for torrontes grape variety and Mairena name excellent drinkable on its own or with Thai food or with sorbets. Or C******nay San Gimignano goes with anything a red wine will do. Excellent not too oaky. ...
... all of the different types and not just tango. After a short walk around Boca and all the houses painted in different colours we went to the Boca football stadium where Maradona used to play. The games here are supposed to be insane and the supporters are crazy so it would have been good to see one while we were here! A short walk around the shops and it was time to head back to the centre. I had heard so much about the nightlife in Buenos Aires ...
... one. Hailing one we tried to explain where we wanted to go - although to be fair we weren't sure exactly where it was we needed to go - after acting and drawing a picture of a cruise ship we were whisked to the correct terminal. The best bit was we had a bit of money left so could play John's favourite travelling game, spend the last of the currency buying chocolates, a biscuit and some mints. It was an easy process to get on board ...