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... maybe I have been travelling too long or been to too many cities!
I didnt seem to connect with anybody here, the hostel I was in was a bit quiet.
That said, I think that I could have came to Argentina another time and a wonderful experience and I stand by my comment from several blogs ago that luck can play a big role in your experience.
Anyway there was positives about Buenos Aires and Argentina
I enjoyed doing activities that I could ...
... for our trip. (Every day Susanna, the expedition leader, spelt the word 'wind' and asked for karma to keep the w...i...n.....d away. It worked!!)
Now winging our way to BA. Expected temperature is 34 degrees.
Picked up by Stella and deposited at Hub Porteno again. Met by Sarah who runs the hotel and welcomed us 'home'. It is like staying in her personal home. She is really charming, interesting and well ...
... but I was happy to be here early instead of pressing my luck and maybe being late.
I also had enough time to have dinner at the airport, and use their free wifi to FaceTime with Nikki and the girls so I could see them open their Christmas presents. I had my friend Jamie from university make them each a tutu for Christmas, and she sent it down to them in Florida. Bella’s is a Frozen ...
... yesterday to leave at 4pm instead of 6.35pm so we were still likely to arrive before originally planned. It was an uncomfortable wait at the airport, the seats were hard and there was a lack of them for the number of people waiting for their flight.
The plane made it to Buenos Aires' International airport, Ezeiza, without any dramas. We were staying overnight at an airport hotel, Posada de Las Aguilas, to make sure we didn't have problems getting back ...
... rich men, poor ones, etc. The football here is really a sport for todos. And I think this is the reason why Coca Cola is claiming on all its advertising here: “La Copa de Todos”.
5:10pm – stadium is full. The away team is the first to get in. A lot of “buuuuu” from the 40.000 people; 2 mins later the Indipendiente team is coming in: literally an explosion of happiness: flags, laughs, screams, red and white papers everywhere! I can't ...