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I started my trip to Buenos Aires (BA) by being a Good Samaritan. A French couple came up to me and asked if I were going to be on the same plane as them and I was like yeah, why? They had arrived to the airport by taxi but tried to get money out at the ATM but their card wouldn't work. So I gave them around £15 to pay for their taxi, they were really grateful, but probably not as grateful as their poor taxi driver. I believe in karma especially after the people who ...
... the moment when we think it must have happened. A youngish woman had been standing right next to him acting a little strangely, she kept moving around him. He was suspicious so he was hanging on to his pocket that had the camera in, his other pocket that had some money in and watching his rucksack as well. Then a man stepped on Tony┤s foot and dropped some cash onto the floor so everyone including Tony was looking at him briefly. We think it must have ...
... by the psychological impact the knowledge has on the grandchild: realising the person they thought was their father was actually responsible for their mother┤s death is frequently too traumatising to deal with.
Watching an interview with one of the Madres, she says, of standing up to the dictatorship, "We did not consider ourselves brave. They were our children."
Today their banner reads, "Until victory, we will always want our children."
... takes us right back home haha. So the 4 of us saw the Obelisco, plaza de mayo, the Popes house and working quarters (when he lived in BA), a famous tea house called cafe Tortoni-where our tour guide taught us how to order 5 different coffee's, the Pink House where the female president works, the Congreso, The Windmill cafe and the Widest street in the world! That is not actually true- it was once but now Brasil has an ...
... six minutes outside in the 90║ heat from Terminal C to Terminal A – where I had arrived! There is a Holiday Inn EZE booth in Terminal C but it’s not staffed and a paper sign states to go to Terminal A for assistance. I found the kiosk in Terminal A outside the international arrivals hall. There’s nobody here either. I waited four minutes, then a woman arrived to help me. She told me it’d be a 10-15 minute for the shuttle van to arrive. There’s ...