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On Friday we went to Recoleta and visited the cemetery. It is really
impressive. I didn't really know what to expect but all the graves are
like tombs or mausoleums. Most of them had alters when you looked in
the glass and the coffins would be placed underground level which would
be reached by going down steps. We could even see …
... the end of the Antarctica part of the museum when a group of a billion school kids came into the place to make it miserable for anyone in there. I only lasted another ten minutes and then had to get the heck out of there before I locked one of them in a cell. Still, I stayed in there for over three hours, which is pretty good for me in a museum.
When I left the museum I walked down to the port to see some of the boats that will ...
... hand-in-hand, wherever I want to go – you go - no questions asked. Thanks for your confidence. Hold on sweetie, we’re just getting started.
This is a long posting so I’ll rend it right here and pick it up once we get into our apartment tomorrow – hopefully with some reasonable wi-fi.
Finally, thanks to all of you who have been reading this. Over 2,000+ have read my comments and observations and for that I’m very, very ...
... that evening, I find comfort surrounded by friends and strangers, letting salsa rhythms carry me somewhere else entirely.
The next day emotions are high as Argentina takes the field against the Netherlands. My roommate and I have our eyes glued to the TV as we watch with sweaty palms, racing hearts, and baited breath. The city is silent; not a soul roams the streets. The game draws on for what seems like an ...
It turned out our sojourn to Uruguay was well-timed as it meant we were out of the country during the anniversary of the Falklands conflict (or, as we've learned it's sensible to refer to it as, the Malvinas). We haven't had any hostility being English but even so, there were still plenty of posters left up declaring the islands to be Argentine and many people do feel strongly about the subject ...