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... done with a 3D movie about the glaciers as well as several other short movies and other interesting exhibits. We managed to happily spend a couple of hours there and then caught the shuttle back to the town centre. We were concerned we would not get a seat as bus only took 15 and it only goes once an hour so made sure we were at the front of the queue.
One final stroll around the town and we ...
Today's quest was a decent bakery, which is located in the posh neighbourhoods, between Recoleta and Retiro. As had been in bits of this area before and needed the exercise, took a scenic route – tube to Plaza Italia & walk from there. Had hoped to drop into the MALBA, the highly regarded art museum – was saved the entry fee by it not opening until noon!
... up at 9:30 and headed out of the city to our destination. It was nice to head out of the city and get some fresh air. We arrived out at the polo fields, and after putting our belongs down, started to receive a lesson about polo, how it started etc. whilst this was happening, we were brought over these wood fired empanadas and OMG, they were the best ones we've had so far in Argentina. They'd fed us 3-4 before it was time to head off and watch a game to learn ...
... delta system.
By the time we rode this boat back to Tigre, took a train and a bus back to as close to our neighborhood as we could get, said goodbyes to Grace and Dany, stopped to buy fresh pasta and salad greens for dinner and walked "home," it was 9 pm and we were, once again, tired and very hungry, but not angry. We had a great day with wonderful people and were looking forward to what was next.
Sunday, after a much needed late sleep-in, we ...
... America in the space of one afternoon, enjoying tango, samba, reggae and chilean cueca. We then decided to spice things up further with an Indian. On the way back we were spotted by one of the street performers from earlier, who invited us to his band's tango performance; on his guest-list! We felt very special, albeit somewhat scruffy, in our flip flops and shaving foam covered clothes having been attacked by a devil child celebrating ...