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... to sew bits of cotton onto your clothes to
identify who’s are who’s. I am still unpicking bits even now, though my red
fleece challenged me – the white cotton on the zip tab was actually a logo I
discovered when it wouldn’t unpick!
Thankfully the Vanish I gave them to add to the whites did
the trick, as the city is very polluted, plus all the dust from the building
site next door, and the fluffy white towels were looking decidedly grubby.
... It took us about an hour to walk into the historical part of town but here we did a free walking tour, checking out some governmental buildings, including the Pink House, the (allegedly) widest street in the world, and downtown BA. Walking around the city, the European influence is very obvious, in particular, the architecture, and at times felt like we were in Europe rather than South America. We also spent time visiting the districts of Recoleta (the wealthy part ...
... Good lunch in the cafe there and Judith being on holiday was keen to embrace the lunchtime drinking. Walked down to MALPA the modern art gallery afterwards, an interesting mix of stuff and then taxi to our new place, Circus Hostel in San Telmo. It was nice and meant after a few days in Palermo we got to explore another part of town. Thursday after an admin morning booking travel and hostels we headed to very good veggie restaurant recommended by Time Out (definitely ...
... me to bring dollars into the country and not to use the cash machines here (as I would just be paying double for everything).
I actually exchanged my dollars with a friend from my trip's Grandma. Inflation is so rife that if the Argentinians hold their savings in Pesos, they will be devalued each day, so everyone wants to hold a stable currency like dollars. There are also queues at the Banks each morning as ...
Oh, hello there. School has been crazy whoa, and so I haven't been able to write. However, as part of one of my scholarships, I have to write a blog for fifth graders. I just wrote this field note on food, and I thought it was rather chipper, so here it is for all of you lovely people. When you think of meals, you think of breakfast, lunch, and dinner, no? Well, in Argentina, they have all those and one more: tea time. Yes, I am very serious. They have a mealtime dedicated ...