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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 …
... speeds and directions, I thought I'd mastered the lot. Most of the time I don't even have to concentrate or watch my feet. Left, then right. Repeat as necessary. However, turns out I can't walk for ****. Actually, it turns out that I walk like a cowboy, who lost both his knees in a bar brawl and who's been astride a horse for a full day, having twice soiled himself. I wanted to dance only with Ruby, safe in the knowledge that, if she laughed at me, I would reveal ...
... were 1700m up. 1600m=a mile, so we were probably around an elevation of 6,000ft. Stupid America using feet and making us ignorant of the metric system. At the end of the day, though, I felt accomplished..and sunburnt. Oh well. :) After the trek, I had my weekly Skype with Dave, which was meh because the connection sucked. But he still answered my long list of questions and gave me some insight and advice to some things I've been thinking about for a really long time. Morgan and ...
... with live street tango shows... And later we went to an evening tango show in an old school tango house back in San Telmo- far from the glitz of the Las Vegas style shows in the centre of town. You can see how close to the dancers we were (at points a little too close to some ******es!) and we fell in love with the squeeze box player who looked like he had been there since it all began.
As well as tango, the immigrants, in particular the British railway workers, ...
This morning we were met at 9 in the hotel lobby by Marianna our guide for our trip around some of the delta area of the River Plate--the widest river in the world--approx 250 miles wide!!!!! Our trip was to travel along the Tigre river and discover the area. After travelling around downtown BA picking up passengers, we headed for the Tigre.We stopped on the way at a railway station as a toilet stop ! As well as toilets, there was an amazing array of hand made ...
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