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After Dylan arrived he settled into our digs in Buenos Aires. We stayed in a pretty funky area called Palmero Soho. Which is full of resturants, bars and shops and pretty safe. We rented a flat here for 10 days and it was really a great spot. It did seem we were back home in Vancouver on Robson st. or Yale town though...not much of an edge to it but really nice. Although we were told about tourists being jumped and robbed and ...
... and had to come back to the hostel with his dick in his hand and $300 lighter. We went down for breakfast anyway and decided we would do a bike tour of the city. While we were eating breakfast an Aussie guy who was sitting beside casually asked us "what are you guys having for brekkie?". Everything just snowballed from there. After a few minutes of chatting and having a laugh with him and his mates they bought us pints. I know it's real 'howiye lads' thing to do ...
... playing for themselves. The police stand guard at what seems like every corner, although they're probably not much help if your wallet gets lifted. What could they do? It's wall-to-wall people; any half decent thief would be gone before you'd noticed something amiss. However, I do see the police giving information in Spanish to some North American tourists. There's a lot of miming involved, but at the end of the day, everybody is smiling. How could you not? ...
... many of the city’s five star hotel in addition to high-end stores and residential areas popular among both local wealthy gentry and expatriate executives. Today, amongst its grandeur, it is recognized as being the busiest overland transportation hub in Buenos Aires. Next, she pointed out one of the most significant landmarks opposite the Plaza…the Kavanaugh building. This reinforced concrete Art Deco skyscraper, finished in 1936, was, at the time, the ...
... that was all, we entirely forgot to check!
It's been an incredible trip - we've seen so much, done so much, tried so many new foods and drinks, experienced the culture, and met so many fantastic people. We're sad that it has come to an end, but it has been the experience of a lifetime...and now to start planning the next trip!
We board our flight at 6.20, with short stopovers in Santiago and Auckland, before finally landing in Australia. Hello Melbourne, it's been a while!