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... the advancement in civilisation. During my trip I have walked down the street in clothes I have found comfortable over fashionable, sang aloud in the streets and generally just been myself. However in Argentina, due to the similarities shared with Europe I found myself looking in the mirror more and being conscious of how I look in public. I found a word in Spanish that I don't like...Solo...it means alone and lonely...in my opinion those are two very different ...
... at a local swimming pool, they check us for lice & foot infections before we're allowed in. Weird but we pass the test!
after 6 hours we arrive at Rosario. A cultural town along the river. Is really pretty and has lots of monuments.
The next day we take the bike to explore the park and beaches. A short ferry takes us to the unspoilt beaches along the murky river waters. There's not a lot to do here apart from chill & drink. So that's what we do :)
... prices in Rosario, and most of Argentina, are MUCH more expensive than we thought. Over lunch, Juani told us that prices have inflated about 20% each year since Cameron left... And the US dollar hasn't gotten any stronger. This put Cameron and I in a bit of a predicament. While we've got quite a bit of money saved up, we didn't necessarily plan for things to be double or, in some cases, triple the price. We had to rethink our ...
... at and found the wonderful Bon Bonarda hostel not far from where our language course was. Unfortunately however they had no space available for that night, however given we had no other choice we decided to book what nights they did have (they gave us a great deal when we explained how awful Che Pampas had been). Given we were operating on almost no sleep we decided to book into the Holiday Inn Express…. Bliss!
Bliss…. Bliss… ...
We met up with Agu a couple of the nights down by the riverside where I bought a mate ceramic cup. Though I no longer have my mate supply I still have my cup and straw.
On one of our lat nights, Agu had invited us to a gig he was DJing at. We were excited for a night out but by golly we got a fright. We expected a packed room with a raging party and music. But instead we had the spice girls and the likes of playing and an emptyish ...