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... George had decided to embrace his acrobatic abilities on the top bunk and proceeded to flip and twist throughout the night. 10, 10, 10 from the judges, a petty 1 score for my sleep. His innocent grin hung over the bed at 10am "good morning", smiling sweetly back I replied "tonight lets swap!" (George) I awoke to an uncomfortable predicament, toxic pits had begun to fester within my armpits and they desperately needed decontaminating. With Tam providing nothing but disdain for ...
... pool (although the hostel owners seemed to throw a party for their family here most nights). Although the staff didnt speak much english, they were as helpful as they could be.
★What we did★
●The flag monument-An enormous, very grand monument marking the place where the first argentinian flag was raised. It is kind of greek in style as you enter through huge columns where there is a big ...
... garlic olive oil was delicious. From Mendoza we got a 6 hour bus to Cordoba where we didn't really do all that much. We went out a couple of times in the evening, saw a film at the cinema, and strolled around the city but there wasn't generally that much to do. We only stayed there for 3 nights. On to Rosario and little did we know how big a week is was for the people of Rosario. Firstly their team was officially announced as the champions of the Argentinian football ...
... Jessica’s bed is placed awkwardly in the center of a small room, with 4 sets of bunk beds around the wall. I have the bottom bunk across from her; underneath a creepy Clint Howard look alike. In another corner lays a man we nicknamed space boots. He was in the room when we had first arrived and grumbled an unpleasant response to my “Hola”. He is sleeping with his above-ankle blood red combat boots still on.
Believe it or ...
I started the day off with a jog and I ran by the site where the Rodas Circus was setting up. I don't know if it is because I live in a city, or because it sparked childhood memories or what but I was taken back by the traveling show. I felt like I had travelled back in time; in the states do shows still travel like this? Do we still have carnies and people that live on the road? It is sad that this type of life is going away; life is becoming ...