Travel Blogs from La Falda
... what happened to them. Some of their mothers began to protest in the main square in Buenos Aires, wearing white headscarves, and that became their symbol of defiance of the government. They used to just walk around the square in groups of three or less (meetings of groups more than three were banned by the government in fear of revolution) so the small groups just used to walk laps of the square, which is in front of the government house. Their popularity among the general ...
... llamo Genevieve' would have been an achievement in this class! I can't even quite remember getting my bus home......think I was actually sleeping standing up....for over an hour (pretty impressive if you ask me!)......and then had a further siesta en mi casa!!
RICHARD LUKE....ALERT....ALERT....ALERT....SECT ION RELATING TO KIDS...SKIP IT!
So, work was totally uneventful on the Tuesday, except for the fact that I got to teach the children's class ...
... Argentina’s third largest city. I was there for a number of reasons, but mainly to experience the vineyards and desert which surrounded the city. The city itself is OK. Relative to its size, there is not a lot to do inside the city. However, a 1 hour bus ride gives you a lot of options. I planned to spend 4 days in Mendoza, before heading across the border into Chile.
The first adventure ...
... planned but our hostel seemed really nice and the staff were super friendly, possibly down to the fact we may have been the only people staying there and they were just relieved we had arrived! We had a couple of drinks then headed out for a Parilla (mixed meet platter) and some nice wine, even though none of us drink much white we had to try the Calafate Torres which is local and meant to be pretty famous – it was ok but I will stick to the Malbec in future, we ...
... and once with my host mum and Agustinathe youngest sister. Had a swim and met the grandparents as well on my first day. One lives just down the road the other 400km away in a small town.
Sorry no pics hopefully in my next update for this ...
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