Travel Blogs from Tigre
... and every Thursday the mothers of the missing children march. Every Thursday for if can't remember how many years! Strange at Puerto Iguazu they also had posters of the missing children at the gates. The last stop for the Eva Peron cemetery but I couldn't stay as I had to meet Antonio and Roxy for coffee. This is the couple I was meant to stay with initially! They were absolutely lovely. Very cute, very in love, very together! Coffee lasted 3 hours and ...
... a ship, they found a loophole) was positioned directly across the street, and an amusement park was nearby. We headed though to Puerto de Frutas - the produce port, where people who live on the islands in this delta region come to find their fresh (and other) goods.
Martin had stopped at a panaderia, and picked up some buns and sweets for us to have a picnic, so we found a small grocery and bought some meat, cheese and drinks and headed down to the ...
... own lane, you signal to change lanes, don't tail gate, speed, drift, etc etc. In Buenos Aires, these rules of the road happen very little, but surprisingly it seems to work for them.
When you ride in a taxi the driver will drift all over the place with no regard for the lines/lanes looking for the fastest way thru traffic then speed excessively when an open stretch of road opens up. Even pass a police car just because he can gain a ...
... New Black.
Right around noon, we walked to a little spot to have lunch at a place our landlord recommended. Mark's Deli is just right down the street from our yoga studio. It's a simple salads and sandwich type place but our waiter was the best. He said that they are known for their lemonade and that we must try it. We ordered the basil, ginger to split. We were pleasantly surprised to learn that these lemonades were served frozen, almost like a slush. They were ...
... and painted the interior walls and treated all of the windows, doors and frames with rust protector. We got delicious home made empanadas for lunch. At the end of the day we finally got to rip down some walls. As much fun as I was going to have with this, it had to be contained as it was very hard for the family to watch. We got about one ...
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Other places to stay in Tigre
Av. Liniers 566, Tigre | Hotelfrom $90
Arroyo Rama Negra a 500 mts. rio Capitan, Tigre | Hotelfrom $188
Anastacio El Pollo 1786, Tigre | Hotelfrom $127
Rio Parana de las Palmas, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $118
Vivanco 1548, Tigre | 3 star hotelfrom $99