Hotel Iruna Mar del Plata
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At least in Chile people usually stop at zebra crossings,
where in Argentina they are allowed to fade to nothing and you cannot rely on
anyone to stop, even in a slow moving queue of cars. Conversely, every tiny
town in Argentina has a big bright shiny freshly painted casino!
Back to the very boring 6 hour bus ride to Neuquen, followed
by a similar 2 hour wait there for the bus to Mar del ...
... right to visit again. The night we arrived we were greeted by Michelle and Sam, who took us out to a bar and dinner. We experienced the best of Argentine meat or not.... Stomach lining didn't suit our taste buds!!
The rest of our time spent in MDP (4 days) involved becoming a part of the community. Michelle was fab and showed us around, suggesting good local places to eat, she also got us involved in a tango class!! It ...
... too tight and I messed it up a bit, so I took it apart to redo it. Whenever, I ****** in public people look at me funny. I decided to check the store for one last time; thank f is was open. I picked up new wool, however this wool is skinnier than the normal ones I use, so I will see how it goes! My biggest fear happened today! I tried to speak Spanish and completely failed. I walked into a shop, the man asked me what I wanted I said 'plata'. I said it like 4 times everyone in the ...
... I saw one skirt, but zero dresses. Another weird thing about this is they display dresses in the shop windows. I wonder if they only wear the on special occasions; The houses in Mar Del Plata are amazing. They are huge and beautiful. However, Nacho said most of them are owned by rich people who don't live here, so they are mostly empty; There appears to be an afternoon haze that comes over the city for a few hours; I hate English; Eggs ...
... until I found a pier looking at my map and the knowledge from my walk yesterday I assumed this must be the one. On my journey out this old man asked if I wanted company. I said si not realizing what I was agreeing to until after. Lesson number 3 don't always agree to everything. He was nice enough he spoke a little English. I found out that he had lived outside of Toronto 15 years ago. Once I got to the end of the pier I realized I was on the wrong one. So, I told the man I ...