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... but it was not really, all the kitchen gear needs replacement and the locks really stick. We have been stuck inside the flat 2 x for 30-40 mins before we could get out and yesterday we were stuck outside and had to call the flat manager to help to get in (quite frustrating). The wifi (I think in BA in general) is a hit and miss. But if all else fails you can hit a Starbucks or other areas that have free wifi (had to do this to book forward air tickets etc).
... nice but closed for cleaning to the public. The zoo was interesting and different to zoos I have been to. There are funny looking half kangaroo things wondering around everywhere. I nearly stepped on an exotic lizard that was also just wondering around the zoo. It was black and orange. No idea what type. The enclosures are pretty small even for a zoo. You can buy bags of food and feed most of the animals in the zoo including horned goat things and all the monkeys/baboons. The ...
... Then get to your local black market exchange and roll out with fat stacks of Pesos, you'll be making it rain up in here! I'm now in the much quieter, tranquil, although unfortunately more fiscally responsible surrounds of Colonia, Uruguay as I write.
So, fresh as a daisy after my bus ride from Foz, I arrived hurriedly made my way past the morning commuters and the local grub kids out for a new day of pocket picking and loitering around the ...
... on Sarmiento in Barrio Almagro, not far from where we stayed. She brought a Penguins of Patagonia t-shirt for Eli in honor of his birthday and a gift of an indigenous handicraft for the rest of us as well. Our plan was to say goodbyes at that point. We exchanged big hugs and figured we would reconvene at some point in the US, as Grace would likely be visiting her brother in Miami sometime soon.
After saying our Hasta Luegos to Grace, we ended the day at ...
queues are normally pretty boring, but today I saw something that made
me giggle like an idiot. To get in and out of Argentina, you normally
need to have a photo taken and your thumb print electronically recorded.
After having her photo taken, one passenger was 'asked' to record her
thumb print via a hand gesture from the immigration official (they don't
use too many words). So the passenger looked at the camera again,
smiled and gave a thumbs ...