Sheraton Libertador Hotel
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... are Bariloche bound, which I suggest you google image immediately. Snow capped mountains adorn lakes blue than Hysenberg's purest. Julian and I took an afternoon tour of the stunning region, and were inspired enough to hire a car to do the seven lakes route. Forget what I said before, google image THAT ****. 500km plus drive equals the whole day out, but what we were treated to was nothing short of breathtaking. Despite some craggy roads the lakes and mountain ...
... my passport application was ready from the Australian end so with my drivers licence and credit card in hand as ID i headed to the embassy to finally get my passport sorted. After paying a hefty fee for a new passport and a fine for ´losing´my old one it was all sent off and should arrive back in Buenos Aires in 2 weeks time-so i'm expecting it a bit after that allowing for a South America delay. It should be here by early May. Time to head off and explore Argentina!!!!
... some what today but is still rocking around. Lots of people are not feeling that well. Thankfully again we are ok although we did wake quite a few times during the night probably when the ship lurched suddenly or strongly. There is very little to do now and I am feeling bored. Still along way from Buenos Aires. The wifi onboard is useless so have given up on that and will try to post from BA on Friday.
Wednesday and Thursday
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... tricky – Brazil has the Caprinhi, but Argentina doesn’t really have a national one, so we took it upon ourselves to try a few – proper old school measures where they bring the bottle to the table and just keep pouring.
We stayed in San Telmo – the oldest part of the city, definitely not the richest part but really friendly and where the Tango was born! The hotel we stayed in – the Mansion Dandi Royal – gave Tango lessons, ...