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... the journey was him yelling it out the window to confuse the hell out of people walking by, leaning out the window and shouting loudly (in spanish) 'oh wow look at that fat guy!' and us almost crying with laughter in the back!
Monday we decided to actually try and see some cultural stuff during the day so booked in a bike tour of they city, really good and we got to see some cool buildings and the last stop in the cemetery for the aristocracy of Buenos Aires. It ...
... near the bus- all very dramatic! To be honest I would have been highly suprised and impressed if anyone had managed to remove mine or Hayley's bag from a moving bus and made a hasty retreat with it- they both weigh around 23kg and probably would kill anyone who tried! Around an hour later than scheduled the bus set off again- this time with no hiccups! We settled down and tried to get comfy for the 17 hours ...
... and allows them to have release from the everyday grind of the mill and in that essence they are no different to the majority of working class areas in the UK,they know their place but they also know their value and this fuels the politic,they are the skilled tradesmen and women who build,fix ,labour and clean everything for the elite and if they want and occasionally they do ,they can cripple the city and its services.
This was my favourite part of the ...
... actually Palicio de las aguas corrientes. Built between 1887 and 1895, by the company charged with producing water in Buenos Aires. It's quite the building. No expense was spared including bring terra cotta tiles from Leeds in England and green slate from Sedan. Unfortunately the building was closed so we couldn't visit.
... man, not a respectable one but a cab driver who is willing to take a young girl in his own car for American dollars.., enough said. Every sign we passed I segmented in my brain while I tried to remember every selfie defence move I had ever learnt in high school. Every time we stopped or the car I front of me slowed down I went completely numb, thinking they were going to jump out of the car and pull me out or he was going to pull a knife from the ...