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... for some beautiful images as the sun set over the river. We strolled around the old town and after a very frustrating hour trying to get some money out of a cash machine we sat down for dinner in a restored old building and had (you guessed it!) a delicious steak and a bottle of red wine, although this time it was a Uruguayan Tannat and one of us had smoked pork chop instead.
Our shopping quest continued with a trip to the leather district ...
... shown to the back - a restaurant crammed with tables, hot from the stage lights and the crowd - and told that my mystery dinner partner (not currently seated) spoke English (we'd been talking in Spanish, but they could tell by my accent and no doubt the many errors in my speech I was not a local).
Soon afterwards, an elderly gentleman presented himself to me with the customary peck on the cheek. He was smartly dressed, wearing a navy blue suit with a pink shirt and tie, and a ...
... in that language. Most of my dreams consist of non-verbal communication, but those that do have words are likely to be in the language I most recently used.
Having celebrated birthdays in Israel, the States, and Argentina is characteristic of me and the multi-cultural mix that I am. Being in a foreign country, though I no longer feel that it is such, and receiving birthday wishes in multiple languages has made me even ...
... Aires was going to be very cheap for me!
I have spent the last 6 days pounding the pavements of the city,walking about 4 to 5 hours a day and by the last day I had covered practically the entire city by foot.There are subways and buses of course but you can not beat walking as the best way of getting to know a city.
One of Buenos Aires small quirks can be seen daily on the streets and in the parks,dogs! lots of dogs,not running free,but being handled by “dog ...
... hot in the hostel to sleep past about 9am! At the end of my first day when I finally got back to the hostel (having got off the plane, straight to the hostel and then to language school across town for welcome lunch and 4 hours of lessons), I was feeling pretty daunted about everything. But I sat down with a well earned beer and started to chat to people in the hostel and have not stopped meeting people since, which has been really fun. So many people are travelling alone, ...