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... or strikes of some sort every week in Buenos Aires...Vive La Revolution! We had been in Argentina for almost 48 hours now and still hadn't eaten any steak so we rectified this by gorging ourselves in the modern port region of Puerto Madero. To try starting as I mean to go on I returned to Puerto Madero the following morning to go for a run along the promenades away from traffic, but as it was already 27C at 9:30 am I only managed 2 miles. Probably burned off about 5%25 of the ...
... did, but not without a bit of persuasive arguing and convincing, since taxis in BA are only allowed to drive four passengers at a time due to insurance restrictions. In the end, we were able to convince the first guy we asked and he delivered us, through heavily congested BA traffic, to the address we gave him. Unfortunately, since we had mistakenly given him the nonexistent adress, 178 Calle Aguerre, rather than the correct address, 178 Calle AgŁero, we ended ...
... ourselves. We caught another taxi to the train station and then a train to Tigre. The train ride was $7.50ARS and took about an hour - not bad! On the train I started reading the fifth Harry Potter book. When we got their at 4.30pm, it was sweltering! Rach made a bee-line for McDs and I went to find an information centre. When asking about the tours, I got a shock as she informed me the scheduled boat tours finish by 4. But did suggest I try a ...
... line-height: normal;">Sunday was another travel day, as we caught the ferry to Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay, from the main Puerto Norte in central Buenos Aires. It was pouring with rain when we left Buenos Aires - and we hope for better in Uruguay. We'll update the blog from there.
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Well D-Day was definitely looming. We had 2 days before the 7 other members of my family would arrive and we were in unfamiliar territory. We arrived in Buenos Aires without issue and found our way to our accommodation in the Central area of the city before venturing out to try and get our bearings.
Wandering through the streets ...