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... to walk out. In the end, we ordered a quinoa salad with grilled veggies on top and a sweet potato stuffed quail. All we can say is, WOW! The food was amazing. This was by far the best lunch we've had this entire trip. An important side note - at lunch we learned that we scored two tickets to a weekend soccer game. Racer club is a local team and Sunday's game will determine if they win the regional cup. This is the closest they've been in years. It's guaranteed to be a ...
... economically following Perón's (and Evita's) time in power.
A bit more enlightened, we walked back to our hotel on Avenida General Las Heras, it was a bit quieter than Santa Fe, which was probably because it had more apartments than shops. The Avenue ended at Plaza Vicente Lopez, a smallish park that was the hub of activity for all the kids that lived in the surrounding apartments. It was a proper inner city park, it was full of fenced off play parks ...
... a little street party and led roughly 300 people down the road, stopping traffic, towards another bar to carry on the party. Shopping mall. Went to a pretty dope shopping mall a couple stops on the metro away. The most western mall I had seen since I had left Auckland. Late night decision to keep malting with n. Hilton hotel bar. Malted dude just about getting dropped by bouncer. Lost club - hip hop club We had been there a couple nights before but ...
... br> were having a one day strike and the office was closed all day – finally defeated
at the last hurdle!
Gave up on got on with finally changing some money – had settled
on the guy in the wheelchair who came recommended and he offered me a better
rate today than previously 12.20 rather than 12 – official rate about 8.2. Did
the deal in the open, with him giving me the pesos first, then me handing over
the US$ - he had an aide loitering nearby ...
... really late and usually something sweet. Then a late lunch, before dinner at around 10pm. This is just an average daily routine for the Argentines and was something that would take a bit of getting used too!
On my 2nd day in Buenos Aires i stupidly had my small backpack stolen and lost my ipad, camera and the really annoying part...my passport. This would prove to alter my plans for Argentina dramatically. After a visit to the police station and some TLC from ...