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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tour and Richard from New York City
was my tour guide. Even though its a tip based tour, they don't pack too many
people on it. My tour was private. Only Richard and me (the only other person booked in
didn't show up). I've got nothing to complain about. I got to ask all the questions I have had, even not tour related ones (I'm going to New York soon, so it was very handy for me). I had a very good time and really enjoyed having my private Buenos Aires ...
... who said that home is “where I can be naked, both emotionally and physically.” Though I was intrigued and enjoyed the many opinions voiced throughout the webpages, I wasn’t really enlightened until I came across the short video So Where’s Home, A Film about Third Culture Kid Identity. The stuttering, hesitation, and confusion on the faces of the individuals being asked “where is home?” was all ...
Our next destination was Buenos Aires, after a number of complaints to Bamba, they had assured us that we would have the best of the best in terms of buses. We decided, as we had a number of hours till departure that we would double check this at the ticket office. Unfortunately, Bamba had given us false information and the best bus was at 2pm not 5pm. The ticket office man was also very useless, he couldn't do anything himself. So, I had to connect my phone to his printer ...
... had stopped for fresh bread, eggs, cheese and yogurts, so while everyone packed up their bags (except for Eli who no longer has a bag) I made a hearty breakfast. By 10 am after saying goodbyes to Claudia and Fernando, we managed to hail a taxi who would drive all five of us to the Colonia Express Ferry which leaves from Buenos Aires and crosses the Rio de la Plata to Colonia del Sacramento, our first stop in our seventh South American country, Uruguay.
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... that without any difficulty so thought it would be best to blend in with the crowds and not stick out as tourists too much. The best way to do this we thought was to buy a couple of cans of beer and sit on the grassy field where a lot of the other Boca fans were gathering - well when we say a grassy field it was more of a bit of wasteland in the middle of high-rise flats, but it served its purpose perfectly. We then noticed we were the only people who weren't wearing some sort ...