Howard Johnson Hotel San Pedro
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March 1 - Buenos Aires Who would ever think that we would practically salivate for CBC news? The in-flight edition of the CBC news and sports filled our souls (and made us a bit homesick). The Canadian beer and the National Post were both such a treat. Ooops, did we forget to mention that we boarded an Air Canada flight? Air Canada flies daily from …
... to go for a walk around and headed to La Boca. The street were quite quiet as it a public holiday weekend in Argentina until we hit a road called Defensa. There was a big street market that was crowded with tourist and drummers playing music throughout. We walked through it and the stalls were selling random stuff such as souvenirs, leather goods and sunglasses which I bought one as I broke mine and decided to get a cheap pair for ...
... in Ben pulling it off in his hand and spending five minutes frantically trying to fix it. We then settled in. Aerolineas has, basically, no in flight entertainment. There is an old school TV at the front of the plane which played two movies; an old Eddie Murphy film and some weirdo plasticine animation about pirates, which I'm fairly sure they must have bought off a university student, because its budget seemed, uh, lacklustre. Luckily I had my ipad, but I ...
... couples sipping mate on blankets, clouds raining in the distance, and families playing a variety of park games. After watching the sun set, Hernan and I decided to head back to town.
On Monday I met the new student: a girl from Hamburg, Germany (now our class consists of four girls from Hamburg, and me). She’s 31 years old and is a fact checker for a German political magazine. After working for the company for 7 years, ...
... expensive; in recent years, inflation has taken an aggressive toll on the purchasing power of many Argentine families. To show you just how bad it has become, I was walking home one day on one of the largest avenues in Buenos Aires, and saw that traffic was blocked off. The entire street was packed with people marching, ringing bells, and holding signs that said Basta de Inflacion. Lucia told me that going out for dinner today—which on average now costs between $10 ...
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