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... of Malbec made one happy Dom (with an ice cream afterwards of course!)
The next day we headed to Boca, home of the famous Boca Juniors who Maradona played for, and one of the poorest and most dangerous neighbourhoods of BA. There is a small area in the centre that is very safe that is full of brightly coloured clapperboard house (as well as some knit bombed trees!) which were very cool to wander around. From there we jumped on a ferry for ...
... five floors, with various furnishings on each one. As such there was no central place where people would gather; instead everyone was dotted around on different levels - not massively conducive to meeting people. I'd invited a pair of recently-arrived Brits to go out one evening - I was really keen to see some live music - they agreed in a non-committal sort of way then failed to appear at the arranged time, so I went to the jazz club alone.
The club was called Notorious, situated ...
... had mocked me in English and my cousin in Hebrew.
Beyond the intonation differences, I find that the language I speak also affects my thought process and sense of humor. It’s almost as if I am three slightly different versions of myself. Being most comfortable in English, I find that I am wittier and quicker with my responses. In Hebrew I seem to foster a deeper, darker sense of sarcasm, and in Spanish I find that I am ...
... the glove compartment and started to count them out at a furious pace,which meant i was definitely going to double check them.He handed over the notes,my dollars still in my pocket,I held one up to the window and then another from the middle of the pile,”nothing dodgy in here Pete?” I asked politely,”I am from Cuba my friend,we don't do bad business”,that filled me with confidence! I counted the notes out slowly and sure enough he had given me the ...
My first blog post! It's only been a few days but still it's hard to know how to tackle this blogging business as so much has happened already, I'm not sure where to start and how to summarise. I also promised not to do long rambling posts and to keep it to pictures too, but I haven't actually taken many so far. So, it will have to be a long blog post instead I'm afraid! Anyway, Buenos Aires is a lovely city and I've been having lots of fun so far. I have settled into my ...