Melia Buenos Aires Hotel
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Today we travelled from Santiago to Buenos Aires - surprisingly a very smooth flight with fab views of the Andes for the part I managed to stay awake and super efficient and easy going customs/immigration experience on arrival into BA I already like the feel of BA & look forward to coming back here later in the tour a quick tea & an early …
... such as; white blue green and red, red being the hierarchy of them all and this means that you can have more freedom and responsibility, the other colours have duties attached like cleaning and cooking and all the patients do everything in the house they live in....and considering they cleaned on a daily basis, the house needed a full scrub...some of the rooms smelt badly of damp.
Overall the visit was very successful and I was happy ...
... what had happened to her son. She was joined by more, and soon the police turned up to control the growing cluster of women, telling them they had to walk on. So walk they did, making circuits of the square as they have done every afternoon since.
Now they have a new mission: to find their grandchildren. At the time of the dictatorship, the pregnant wives of the disappeareds were themselves kidnapped, the ruling party fearing the child would grow ...
... what she really meant? Whatever the case may be the third dish was not on the house and was whisked away before we could appreciate it's aroma and we were left with our lesser 'meal of the day' plates. Buenos Aires is one big city and so walking everywhere is not an option. Wishing we hadn't read all the stories of subway robbing's we very carefully went underground having purchased the money saving 'Subte' card a few days before we were ...
... carry on just like human babies. The albatross are incredible to watch as they soar and glide so gracefully through the air but then when they try to land in the crowded rookery they look quite clumsy. Once they have landed they fold and tuck their massive wings in and settle down to rest or be harassed by their chicks.
Monday 10 March 3 weeks since we left home. Carcass IslandAnother privately owned island within the Falklands. Here we saw ...