Riviera Hotel Mar del Plata
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... and dining rooms – yuk – all strong,
floral & synthetic.
It did have the dreaded double shower curtain though,
commonly found in both countries too – they are easy enough to wash and
decorative, so why bother, especially as there is only one, slightly small set
of window curtains. No nets so they have to be shut at all times to get privacy
and then have all the very dim ...
We were not looking forward to our 30 hour flight to Buenos Aires but in fact it wasn't so bad. Flying with Emirates made it a lot easier, we were fed like kings and queens! In that 30 hours I only managed 30 minutes of sleep so the last leg of our flight was a challenge!! Must have watched about 10 films!
We arrived in Buenos Aires around 9pm and was checked in to our hostel and asleep by 10pm. We were going to be in BA ...
... too tight and I messed it up a bit, so I took it apart to redo it. Whenever, I ****** in public people look at me funny. I decided to check the store for one last time; thank f is was open. I picked up new wool, however this wool is skinnier than the normal ones I use, so I will see how it goes! My biggest fear happened today! I tried to speak Spanish and completely failed. I walked into a shop, the man asked me what I wanted I said 'plata'. I said it like 4 times everyone in the ...
... pack up and leave town today. I figure the destination could be decided at a more reasonable time. I woke up for real just before 8 and the sun was shining. My laziness plus my lack of planning kicked in and I changed my mind to spend one more night in Mar Del Plata. I brought my iPad and lonely plant down stairs to breakfast with me. I looked more into Puerto Madryn and chatted to a friend on facebook about it. Even though, it's ...
... tomorrow. The wifi in my room sucks, so I went downstairs to the common area to search for my next plan. I didn't get much done before this group of girls from Argentina started talking to me. Two of them spoke decently English. The most talkative and friendly one however, did not. After chatting they shared some of there traditional 'tea' with me and invited me out for dinner. Dinner plans changed into going for beers at a craft bar I saw earlier. So the 6 of us and Nacho went ...