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... flat plateau normally shown is actually boring compared to MP above there. It's not Petra but glad we saw it.
Cusco was great, even at 11,000 feet. The altitude didn't bother us. If you are going to visit Cusco, you are going to climb hills. The heart & lungs get a work out.
Montevideo is a great city. Cheap, easy to get around and beautiful beaches.
Colonia was a big disappointment. Based on write ups, we had planned a night there. 3 hours was too long.
... br> Barrio La Boca
I really wanted to attend one futbol (soccer) game while in South America. I did not know much about the teams before arriving to Argentina, but after being here a while I heard that one of the most exciting games to watch is a Boca Jr. game. The reason it is so exciting is due to the fans, they are fanatical! Even the world famous Pele once said that playing at La Boca stadium as ...
... or even if they'd be approved. Not great, but they were submitted and we'd done all we could. That evening we met up with Lauren and Tom again and headed to a famous show which came recommended in guidebooks and online- La Bomba del Tiempo- which takes place every week. It's a drumming show that takes place in the Konex Centre, a large venue with several stages and half of which is open to the elements. Earlier that day we incredibly randomly bumped into Jessie And Kieran ...
... hotel. Overall impression was that there are lots of trees and it seems a lot greener tha what we saw of Chile, from the air.
Walked down the road 3 blocks to find somewhere to eat -nice meal. While we were waiting some chap came over to ask if we were on the cruise! After a wee chat with him, the couple at the next table spoke, saying they were on the cruise too. Chatted with them through out the meal. And so to bed just 33 hours since we slept at ...
... some people danced!!! It was fun and really good to see how the Argentinians celebrate Christmas here. At 12 everyone stood up and cheered with their glasses. There was a lot of kisses hello and goodbye. Everyone is very friendly and welcoming and it was good to speak some Spanish too. We left at about 2 and went back to the flat. The next day was Christmas Day and we had been invited to go back to the house to have some food at about 1. So we got up slowly and did some skyping ...