Hotel Reconquista Luxor
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... very quickly!●There are LOADS of tango shows to choose from and they vary hugely in price. Ours was 650 AR pesos each and included transfers, class, dinner, show and drinks but you can pay up to 1800 for the top shows. Check if you are allowed to take photos of the class and show as we weren't which is a bit annoying.●Girls usually get into clubs for free, guys do not!●The argentinians and uruguayans LOVE platform shoes. Seriously, they will put a platform on anything.
Though it’s often too cold to sit on the balcony, it has
been handy for doing the washing – my clothes have never been cleaner this
Managed to pick up some Doxycycline from the local pharmacy ready
for the buggy zones further north – same chain as the previous one that had
told me I needed a prescription because it was an antibiotic!
Another trip on the Subte, practically a daily occurrence
and spotted ...
... available at our convenience. Even when I tried to be good and order a salad yesterday it was 90% mayonnaise 4% cucumber 4% ham and 2% potato. So I think it will need a bit more effort now to do some research and choose better places, and also to make my own fresh food / salads in the hostel. Oh I did try some street food which I know any of you boys would have gone crazy for - it was seriously probably bigger than a footlong subway with the biggest piece of meat and loads ...
... space, clean and only 93 AUD including breakfast for 4 stars. I would definitely stay here again. Disappointed I don't have time to get out to Boca Stadium but it's on the list for next time. Tomorrow is my last day on tour and it has been a great adventure. I will miss being on the road but am looking forward to coming home to start my next chapter. And it's only 21 more sleeps until the NRL 9s with my peeps. Sudamerica I will be back ...
... exchange, a black market for money developed where Dollars can be changed for 50% more value than with the official exchange rate. This generates massive cost savings for foreigners who are coming with Dollars or Euros to the country. Changing the money on the street seems a little bit dodgy but is very professionally organized. Current black market rates can be looked up on the Internet, so everybody is well informed before ...