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There seems to be a recurring theme for every new country I visit, and that theme is a rough start. One of the main things I am going to have to get used to is airport transit due to the amount of flights I have and the fact that to keep costs down I have a lot of stopovers and time in airports. The flight from Mauritius to Argentina was never going to be easy as there is no direct route but this one was a monstrosity. A ...
... an Italian couple and a Bolivian couple, chatting in English, naturally.
A visit to the neighbourhood of La Boca took us to the Caminito which is a street museum where all the buildings are painted with bright pastel colours. A must-see but touristy. La Boca is also home to the Boca Juniors, where football is religion and Maradona is God.
... included a reunion with our Chilean amigos whom we had met in Uruguay, brother and sister Pablo and Laura. No translation issues here as both of them speak excellent English. They were very privileged in getting the honour of spending David's 32nd birthday with him. Again, more drinks. In fact most of our nights in Buenos Aires ended in drinks, it's just that sort of place. Like the Four Alls in Higham.
Other notable things we did in Buenos Aires:
... click the helpful button labeled "discard all changes". CHEEEEEERS!!!! We were having a quiet sunday at the hostel to recover from "bus lag" and re-energise ahead of our tango lesson, amazing steak dinner and tango show. So I used a hour or so to slowly tell the stories of 3 weeks in Brazil. There was witty banter, comic anecdotes, interesting facts, some deep and meaningful tales and some inspiring thoughts - all ...
... This Centre is a place for healing to occur through open discussion of the atrocities committed, so that this history is never repeated.
Our day ended with a long bus ride, a relaxed evening at "home," trying to make sense of the horrid stories we had just heard about humanity. I am finding it especially difficult to digest this country's very recent and tragic history.
Knowing we had only two more days to capture the essence of Buenos Aires, we hit ...