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Après une longue sieste, nous voilà arrivés dans la capitale argentine. Il est 19h quand nous prenons le taxi. Le conducteur nomme les bâtiments que nous passons lors de la course, très gentil à lui ;) Quand nous entrons dans l'auberge : "hostal Down Town Mate", la réceptionniste nous montre notre chambre : une petite pièce de 10m2, lits superposés et une chaleur intenable. Les moustiques sont de retours donc seul le ...
... we were given. Each was a delight to savor with a wonderfully prepared meal. Each improved the meal it complemented, and reminded us of the pleasant time we had earlier with our Argentine family. After dinner, I photographed the sun setting behind clouds into the Rio de la Plata as we approached Buenos Aires. The deck chairs were stacked in preparation for the cleaning and turn around the crew would be doing to get the ship ready for ...
... then decided to make gnocchi for dinner (stodgy!) that night we went out for ice cream- either it comes in a 1/4,1/2 or whole kilogram tub. Daves trying to watch his weight so we stuck to the 1/4. We were just heading to get some wine (it is so cheap out here costing around £3 to get a nice bottle in a restaurant)... But then Jessie bumped into one of Rowan's friends. Enough was said and we went of to a party hostel for the ...
Up early to meet my colleague Vanessa who was escorting me into the scary looking neighbourhood of San Miguel, we had arranged a time and place which was near the plaza of San Martin which is named in honour of Argentina's great liberator General San Martin, the plaza area is home to a 200 year old rubber tree that looks incredible. will get a pic next time. We then took the train to San Miguel and a bus (Collectivo) to the area of our work ...
Our flight to sao paulo didnt leave until 11pm so we passed the time in the hostel doing some admin work for the world cup. We organised a bit of stuff and did some planning into what to do next. We decided that we wanted to go to the world heritage pantanal (like the amazon) but exponentially richer in wildlife, and home to the worlds largest population of jaguars. We met 2 other people in the hostel who needed to be at the airport at the same ...