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... as the head kind of exploded a bit. While we were waiting for our competition ones to cook we made our desserts which were called pastelitos criollos, which are pretty much the same thing as the empandas only the fillings are different. We had a choice of using dulche de leche (carmel sauce) or the more traditional option dulche de membrillo which was like a red pear that was soaked in red wine and ended up being sticky like jam. The winners of the competition were announced while ...
... parents doing your washing, my own bed and people who speak English (so much easier) for granted again. I've learnt a lot and I'll be envious of my carefree life when I start uni and have exams again. It's time to grow up I guess, I want to thank you all for reading my blog. I hope you've enjoyed reading it and it was always nice to log on and read your comments, I feel you were all with me every step of the way. See you in England!! Harriet, ...
Ok....I have missed the heat....and of course, my hair has missed the humidity!!! haha.
Walking around the neighbourhood of Recoleta where my hotel is located immediately provided cultural exposure. There were many musicians, local artisans and street performers in the park near the famous Recoleta Cemetery. Very cool....I have already forgotten about all the snow at home! haha.
I am only here for one night ...
... with shrimp.
Mariana had the foresight to book a hotel room for our final day in Buenos Aires. It was a great decision. We had a refuge from the heat and a place from which we could venture out for food and souvenirs.
We arrived at the airport around 1900 hours. We thought with four hours until our flight departure we had plenty of time. Well, sort of. As tourists, we were entitled to a refund of a portion of the ...
I started my trip to Buenos Aires (BA) by being a Good Samaritan. A French couple came up to me and asked if I were going to be on the same plane as them and I was like yeah, why? They had arrived to the airport by taxi but tried to get money out at the ATM but their card wouldn't work. So I gave them around £15 to pay for their taxi, they were really grateful, but probably not as grateful as their poor taxi driver. I believe in karma especially after the people who ...