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Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... and dog Mia. I got to spend everyday life with the kids. Them teaching me new spanish words (yes I improved a lot on farmlife and animals;)) and me teaching them english words while cooking together for the family. I felt like a daughter watching the movie "Frozen" with the family in the masterbed on sunday trying to understand what Elsa says in Spanish. Spent Easter with them in the campo ( countryside) of Lujan with the grandparents in a Christian retreat and living community. Totally ...
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What sucked: In Buenos Aries, there is always traffic!
My favorite part: I really enjoyed the Abasto Mall. Inside, we went to a children's museum that was fun. The mall ...
... Yorkshire teabags and pot of Sudocrem!
Using various sources such as press photographs, historical paintings as well as drawing inspiration from stories and personal relationships, Mueck creates stunningly intricate portraits of people in everyday life. As the gallery literature suggests he is expertly playing with the scale and size of his subjects and has gone 'beyond ...
... The problem was that
we had our first Spanish lesson at 4.30.
Anyway an hour and a half later courtesy again of BA traffic
we had our first lesson, as Emily mentions above I am ****, which is a bit
surprising as I have never had any issues with languages before, more so I think
I need a bit of a holiday before learning new things again. We had no money
that night so were in bed reasonably early, probably around ...
... people. Imagine Leicester Square, Regent Street and Mansion House sharing the same space and you'll understand.
The bus trip took 3hrs and was time well spent. However it got to 30 degrees today, so we were cooking nicely on the top deck.
BA is a city of huge contrasts. The Boca area (of football club fame) is very poor, with burned out ...