The Migueletes Plaza
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... br> the docks – it felt even more like Bristol docks with the yachts and red brick
warehouses, whose bricks were imported from England according to a local. There
were no seagulls but plenty of parrots decorating the cranes with guano and squawking
loudly – surprised to see them so far south considering how cold it can get and
also right in the city centre. Also a few turtles basking on a semi-submerged
... ripped off for lunch. What appeared to be a cheap 200pesos lunch somehow increased to 356pesos including table charge 40 pesos. No change from the 400pesos to pay the bill - waiter "told" us the balance was a tip !!!! Greg ordered a pasta and only found out after the bill was received that there were separate prices for each of the pasta and the sauce. At least we didn't fall for the samba dancers looking for a tip on top of our table charge. Cheap tourists !
... was oozing with cheese, it was literally a heart attack on a plate.) unfortunately Fredy didn't come out but told us that we should go to the area Palermo, so after pre drinks in our room and the consumption of a £3 litre bottle of vodka, we headed out. Palermo was really busy, with lots of bars but we ended up in a club because there weren't any outdoor fiestas like we'd hoped for. It was a pretty fun night, dancing to all the Spanish music and everyone getting excited when ...
Today was a bit of a dull day. I slept in until like 10 which was pretty nice and Matt went for a long run. We packed up and headed to the airport. Our flight was delayed (which apparently almost all flights on the local airline are ) so we had to chill at the airport for like 3 hours. We made it to Iguazu without anymore hiccups. This place is completely different from where we have been this trip. It is ...
... grab him by the scrotum. Then they have this clamp like device which basically goes over the base of the scrotum and then they squeeze, luckily there is no blood (and the lamb is exceptionally brave & did not make a murmur!) but the sound alone was not a joke which didn't help, as Nats was looking away but heard the crunch. Apparently they clamp the scrotum in such a way that the blood supply gets cut off and the balls eventually fall off! Seemed pretty cruel but it made sense ...