Park Silver Obelisco
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... Aires. After dinner, a few of us went to a nearby nightclub, and after midnight, birthday boy Russ brought out the bubblies. Music was pumping, masses of people were raising the roof, and although I don't dance (I never dance), two Chilean girls convinced me to abandon my principles, just for one night.
Free walking tours are, as ever so often, a good way to be introduced to a city. Tour guide Christina took me and a reasonably smallish group around BA:s city ...
... Derek pops out later for a Macdonalds.
This day out was very much a tourist trap type day - rather as if a tourist to Sydney was taken to a sheep farm. Interesting never the less, but I doubt much ranching is done this way any more in Argentina.
The trip to the ranch took about an hour, so at least we had the chance to see the general outer suburbs, which all looked very western.
... He either resorts to the Steve McLaren approach of saying English words in an adjusted accent or just speaks normally and wonders why they look at him with a blank expression. In walking through the city it became clear that there is a heavy Italian influence on the food and that empanadas (a Cornish pasty equivalent with a range of filling options) are a hugely popular choice. Almost as prominent as empanada signs was the face of Messi. We had sensed bitterness when ...
... left my purse at reception but didn’t
realise until came to pay and thought for a while it might have been stolen.
Shop staff couldn’t give a monkeys. Thankfully safely at the hostel but missed
the first couple of goals, a relief given the volume and harshness of the local’s
shouts – still, less painful than the continual snot snorting of a family on
the bus ...
... from Paraguay who didn't speak any English. He gave me an empanada cuz he thought it was funny how i was teasing the way he pronounced "pollo" (chicken) and we chatted in Spanish for about 3 hours as he was also trying to stay awake for his flight. We chatted about a whole heap of stuff and he definitely convinced me to check out ...