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... were placed around the ankle of a dead body (the bell was outside the coffin) so that if the security guards heard bells ringing they would go and save the person, and thats where the phrase "Saved by the bell" came from! We were all a bit freaked out after hearing that to be honest! After the tour we went back to the hostel and got a taxi to Don Julios restaurant which was way more expensive (mine cost 420 pesos tonight and it was only 140 pesos in La Cabrera but this restaurant ...
... football match (Boca Juniors 3 - 4 La Unioñ) which Sarah actually enjoyed. We finally came up with a plan to go to Uruguay and back by SeaCat (100 miles North east), to go to Puerto Madryn (900 miles South) and back by bus and book our onward journey to Iguazu (900 miles North). With the football tickets this came to about $1400. Argentina is not cheap but Buenos Aires does make it worth ...
... and, never one to miss an adventure, bonded with a couple of other students as we exchanged dollars in a black (blue) market transaction on Florida Street. We are now quids in, and I suspect further mischief may lie ahead :o) The above will probably make more sense if you read this article: http://theargentineexperience.com/blog/ ...
... And they don't all seem overly knowledgable about it but he knew a lot. So much so a women came up to him when she left and congratulated him on his knowledge of Argentina. Hahaha. I told him he should write a guide book.! We then drove to an area which was very close called Puerto Madero. It is meant to be very up and coming and rich. I didn't think it looked at posh as other areas I had visited but it was very nice. It is an old ...
... I did a tour of an older building that had been restored and when doing the restorations they found several earlier buildings below as well as a tunnel network that used to be used for diverting rivers, the tunnels were quite large and picturesque as they were constructed of brick and ran underground for several blocks (the part that was restored). Also explored around plaza de mayo and other fun areas of town, leaving some of the other areas for my return ...