NH City & Tower
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... we had such long travel plans. Even saying well, you should have money if you were travelling for longer. They didn't understand that if my wallet was taken, we were stuffed. They kept banging on with we can't help until the fees are paid. We head to an ATM close by and vent my anger along the way, get a couple of passport photos for half the price the guy sy US embassy was charging, and quickly ate lunch before heading back to ...
... arrived. On our walk back we gate crashed a pub crawl, which was pretty random but good fun. Trying to fit in, we ordered a 'fernet and cola', only to discover that their favourite bevvy is rank and tastes like mouthwash!
Day 19 - Having spent a good few days in the smart Palermo neighbourhood, we decided that it would be good to stay in another area to see other sides of the city. We were moving on to spend 3 nights in San Telmo, which is the oldest barrio in the city ...
... they still had slaves they would simply say that the people next door were neighbours, not slaves. There is now only one of these houses remaining.
There is a population of only 70 African-Argentinians today as most were used as gun fodder in the civil war. The colours of the two warring parties were red and white. When the war ended, they combined the two colours and ultimately painted the Parliament House pink as ...
I was in a shallow sleep when I heard the captain say we were preparing to land. I immediately regretted not sleeping the full 4 hours. I had no idea how I would manage to stay awake for 12 hours. The flight was nice, no turbulence and I was sat next to a gent who didn't snore, wasn't a creep and didn't smell of onions (all these things have happened before). I gradually woke up from my 2 hours sleep and joined the line leading out the plane. Sheepishly following ...
... lake in Bariloche. There was pizza. And beer. And the crowd was pleased.
Finally we headed to the airport, to the relief of all, especially Murray. After a two-hour wait (our carrier was Aerolineas Argentinas), finally: wheels up!
We all understood the situation was beyond Murray's control. He did a good job of making lemonade. But the crowd was restless and was not looking forward to a fourth night at Llao Llao, despite their warm hospitality. ...