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... back. However, the performer who stole the show was a female singer who had a huge, powerful voice. She linked everything together and illustrated the story of the tango, it's history and what it means to the people. She sang and spoke in Spanish so we only picked up bits and pieces.
It was a perfect way to end our time in Buenos Aires. The next day we were heading to Uruguay.
... s much more difficult. There are many different nuances that are different, and nothing in particular is a big deal, but without being able to communicate I have no idea what is going on. For example the check situation is always different. Some places do not accept credit cards, some do but have to tip in cash, others only take pesos, some give you discount with US dollars but can't give ...
... days since we had steak so we all had dinner together at a local steak restaurant and then the girls left for the tango, whilst the boys stayed in with some beers and a film. The girls had picked a small tango show to go to with only 30 audience members as the other option was a large almost theatrical production with 400 audience members which they didn't think would be very authentic and a bit too touristy. The show was lovely - a great 4 piece orchestra, talented dancers and good ...
... bought a package for an ecological boat tour and then a boat ride under the falls and then set out to the devil's throat, the biggest fall of all of them. When we got to the Garganta del Diablo, it started to pour and thunder, and it was quite scary. No big deal, it's just storming like mad while you're standing on a metal landing over the biggest waterfall ever. But it didn't take away from the experience. I remember just watching the water go down so very quickly and watching it ...
is actually really big in Argentina. At the airport on our way to
Ushuaia there were no fewer than 6 different magazines dedicated to
it. In Ushuaia we even saw ŽIce Polo' advertised!
you are NOT ALLOWED to bring any semen into Argentina, which we only
discovered after seeing all the signs at the border. Thankfully,
weŽd neglected to stock up before leaving Brazil otherwise we could
have been in trouble!