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... after midnight and hurried the kids to bed so that they might get a minimum of sleep before the next day's activity. The girls and I went to an estancia (farm) about an hour outside the city for a day of horse riding, eating, and relaxation. Sadly, Jonathan couldn't join us due to a work obligation (my fault for messing up the scheduling), but on the plus side he was spared the next day's back and leg soreness that even hobbled Lorelei. The girls ...
... didn't do too well though...very disappointing after all of our nights practise at uni! Again wasn't feeling the freshest the next day but Rhiannon and I embraced the culture by learning to cook empanadas, the local dish, with Amar, Brad, Andy, Sam and Emma. I can't say I really got a hang of the shapes but they tasted great! We then hit a tango show in the evening with some Aussie gals, as much as you can drink wine with our steak ...
... I am getting the hang of the Argentinian accent althoguh I won't change my Mexican Spanish for the Argentinian accent. He then dropped me back at my hostel. I spent the early evening snoozing and reading my book. One guy who has been at the hostel a long time is from Chile. He loves making an asado. So he came around to collect 50 pesos about £4 from everyone who wanted to eat and then he cooked up a storm. I ...
Up for a very underwhelming breakfast my first order of buisness was sorting Spanish Lessons in a school about a block away. The hostel do them for $200 for twenty hours but this place does them for $175. If I can pay in Peso's with Blue Dollars that falls to around $110. Unfortunately today is a Bank Holiday (Columbus Day) so the place is closed until tomorrow. I'm not too sure how they will make up the extra hours but that has become ...
... Juniors game this weekend, how inconsiderate.
Of the main sights and districts, La Boca itself is a vibrant, artistic, working class neighbourhood home to the Caminito Street and two not to be missed Art Museums.
The Museo Historico is good but suffered from the common South American problem of not having too much open.
Other great sights of this enormously impressive city include the Plaza de Mayo, the excellent Evita Museum and the Cemeterio ...