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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we met on the Inca Trail and bumped into again in Bariloche) and learnt they were also planning on going. When we got there we swiftly (and also randomly) bumped into Clare and Jon who we met in Pucon and travelled down to Bariloche with. So somehow there was a group of eight of us at the show, all of whom we'd met on our travels through South America and brought together! After buying a litre of beer each (we had to really...) we congregated with at least five hundred others ...
... and I'd say probably half of the people were wearing Boca Jr jerseys. They are proud of their neighborhood team. Relieved to have crossed that last photo op off the list, I jumped in a cab and paid the whopping $3 back to my hostel. I stayed at Clown Hostel which was a great little spot and very cheap. it was a four bed dorm that I shared with two Brazilian girls who turned out to be awesome. We went out for food and a beer later in the evening after I managed ...
... major events. It was pretty interesting tour but unfortunately it was getting disrupted by the fireworks, beating drums and then the weather. The weather had been quite hot with some humidity so we got hit my a mega storm cell. A little one like the ones we get in Brisbane. They are short and sharp lasting 5min-30min but there was so much rain we got really wet so after a while we headed home to relax and get ...
... to get my flight to Buenos Aires. The Atlanta airport is huge and I had to take a train to my terminal but made it. Observations of the day: Delta airlines is my favourite airline, tons of TV shows and movies, free wine, good vegetarian food; Atlanta is hot and humid; I lied to customs and said I didn't have an alcohol but forgot about my can of cider; I think BC liquor laws should allow you to buy one of a 6 pack instead of needing to buy them all; Toque 3 is complete and out of ...
... This Centre is a place for healing to occur through open discussion of the atrocities committed, so that this history is never repeated.
Our day ended with a long bus ride, a relaxed evening at "home," trying to make sense of the horrid stories we had just heard about humanity. I am finding it especially difficult to digest this country's very recent and tragic history.
Knowing we had only two more days to capture the essence of Buenos Aires, we hit ...