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Travel Blogs from Mendoza
... only one of them. We see them all alone–born alone, dying alone–maybe as bits and fragments of a universal whole, or expendable parts of a big machine. Rarely do we see all so-called things and events “going together.” like the head and tail of the cat, or as the tones and inflections–rising and falling, coming and going–of a single singing voice.
In other words, we do not play the Game of ...
... dogs, not to mention the protests about Las Malvinas. We proceeded into a fantastic wine shop, then to the 'so Parisian it shrugged it's shoulders and ate cheese' Cafe Tortini for another cerveza and more wonderful sights of waxwork writers, painting and Art Deco lights. From here we strolled down wide avenues (the buildings were designed by the French, constructed by the English using Irish workers and Italian finance - confused?) to the congress and another Art ...
... had similar accents when speaking english. Clemens had the German / Austrian accent and while Chris sounded decidedly more French, once they got going it was pretty much indiscernible. So that was me chuckling to myself the whole cab ride from the front seat listening to these guys discuss the discount double check or something that had them incredibly excited. After a lengthy cab ride we made it to the strip of clubs and it did not dissapoint. Argentines love to ...
... on its debt in 2001 and was near the depth of the depression that followed. The Argentine peso had fallen from rough parity with the U.S. Dollar to about 3.3 pesos/dollar and things were dirt cheap. Life was good as a tourist, but conditions were very depressed and impoverished-looking in what was supposedly Latin America’s most first world country. Most cars were tiny and seemed to be in poor condition, litter was everywhere, and we were warned that ...