Sofitel La Reserva Cardales
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Today we went on a bus tour around BA and got to see even more sites of the city. The best was a visit to Boca - home of Boca Juniors football team and a really colourful neighbourhood. The buildings were all brightly coloured and although it was clearly a poor area, the colours made it vibrant. Along the main street were lots of restaurants with tables filling the streets. Lots of them had tango dancers performing ...
Well we have safely arrived in Buenos Aires and have almost been here for 48 hours! Hard to believe! Overall our flights were pretty uneventful which is exactly the way I like them. We flew via Toronto and Santiago, Chile and everything was incredibly on time. This was quite the switch from the last time I ventured to South America. Our view of the Andes as we flew over was amazing. It was so clear and we could see forever... Awesome! By the time we ...
... greenish yellow crests and were fighting and making this crazy sound. I got up with my camera and stalked closer but I was so focused on the birds that I walked right into an ant nest. Ouch. So much for mindfulness. I did see several humming birds though!
Swami gave us a talk that night, it was very interesting and consisted mostly of ice cream related metaphors, such as: we look for permanent happiness in impermanent things, we think eating ice cream ...
... nearly impossible to stay within the city and take a cab that costs more than $10, at least during the day. At night, rates seem to be ~25% higher.
Two tips if you do decide to try public transportation:
- Get a Sube card - this is a mag-stripe card that can be recharged and used to pay for the Subte or bus. You can buy one at a post office and register it to your name, however you need a passport for this and it is much easier ...
... and rows of miniature church like buildings, each one encasing a coffin or a whole family. It was like each one was a tomb where the dead get buried. They must have cost a fortune as some were made or marble, stones, and some had gold on. It seems the rich and famous could take their money through to the other side! We also found Eva Peron's grave, it was a smaller tomb than we'd seen, she was buried amongst her family. There were flowers surrounding her ...