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... was incredibly expensive though so definitely not worth buying anything, it was actually more pricey than in Europe for the same goods.
A little further up the road we saw heaps of dogs tied to a single lamppost. It looked very out of place on such a busy shopping street but then we noticed the dog walker a couple of doors away taking a dog back to its home and its owner.
After another kilometre of walking, the road and the pavement began to ...
... seconds. We probably spent about 20 minutes at the falls and then sprinted back to the bus and jumped into a taxi to take us back to the airport. It is no exaggeration to say that the only thing we can remember about the views of the falls is from the pictures we took as we literally turned up at a view point, snapped a photo and then ran to the next one, not the leisurely stroll we had in mind!
We made it to the airport in record time ...
Nick arrived on the 4th. Our first night in BA we stayed in separate hostels but the next day we all moved into a 6 bed dorm at Milhouse with our group taking up 5 of the beds. We met a couple of other birds that stayed in our room. There was a bloody Ausy called Kate who was there for the first couple nights then checked out. Then we had Geo from Brazil check in. She was much older than us but was still keen to hang out with and do things with us. It was ...
... to sell them on the black
market (called blue here!), if you don’t know a local who wants some, is to
head to Florida Street and brave the touts every few feet shouting “cambio”.
Using them is not recommended but when you get 50% more than the official rate,
it makes a world of difference. Did some research and found ...
... accompanied by a crooner and a simple orchestral quartet of violin,double bass,and accordions. Tango dancers ply their trade in San Telmo for the tourists but it is still performed in small bars and dark cafes for the locals and it remains the soul that defines Buenos Aires.
The docks at Buenos Aries have never been that great due to the shallow waters of the Rio del Plato in that particular area and they were having to be consistently dredged throughout history to enable ...