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... for dinner at 00.30 at night. Around 2 we leave the restaurant and go to a nice club. Nightlife is fun but so extremely late that it is almost impossible for us to do it more frequently! We stay another day to organize our trip and the final conclusion is not another bus ride of 1,5 day but a flight. We decide to skip the north of Argentina and to fly straight to our next country of destination, BRAZIL!!!! To be continued ...
... powdered sugar.
By now the dough had risen and we needed to make our baguettes. Aurora showed us how to roll the dough with our hands and form it into a loaf. You can probably tell from the picture which one is Steve's. The dough was topped with either oregano or sesame and then put into an outside clay horno, or oven, to be browned. The empanadas were also baked in the horno and it didn't take long for the tasty treats to be ready to eat.
... just check your bike isn't as loud as Ryan's before you go!) We get back about 8ish and get showered and then meet again at 9 to go for dinner to one of the restaurants near the park. We pick a Mexican restaurant and my goodness the portions are huge! Angie and I shared a frozen margarita and we all had a lovely meal! I was so full afterwards. By the time we got back to the hostel it was 1230 and we were up early the next say to go on a trip to the thermal ...
... mindsets of our different continents:
Latin American: Yeah whatever just help yourself man, I’ll sort it out tomorrow
European: It clearly states one glass per night per person, I don’t understand the confusion here, one glass is all you can have.
They also offered free classes most nights which were really great. One night we were taught how to make traditional Empanadas from scratch. Empanadas ...