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... in convo to notice so Elaine ate solo before finishing her meal and then got up to leave. I turned around and saw her walking so I had to leave my new friends, payfor the food (without even having a bite of my own) and got us a taxi home as Elaine was still dead set on going to bed. The young taxi driver must have been seriously impressed with my Spanish because he asked me for my number when we reached our hostel, I told him that I didnt have a phone here so I gave him my ...
... full of cleanliness and photo ops for a few pesos more. It felt incongruous in a place where walking outside of the few designated streets was considered unsafe for tourists - but maybe that is more so they can be parted from their money at souvenir stalls, which is much more likely than being mugged for it further afield.
There had been mixed reviews from people as to whether the brazilian or the argentinian side of the falls was better. It wasn't until the very last part that I was persuaded one way or the other. The sleepiness had set in,'this better be worth it' we thought, having already completed the boat ride that took us all the way UNDER (yes you heard) the largest parts of the falls. Could anything really top getting soaked by that shower pouring down on us?! Good job we'd befriended someone with ...
... and a whole butternut squash going onto the grill. We didn't eat until 1.30 am but it was well worth the wait. So delicious and a really nice evening. I met an English friend of theirs who had done a trip to Patagonia in the south of Argentina. I picked her brains and she gave me some good tips. We finished at 3 am and I went back in a taxi to my hostel The next day was Friday. I wanted to go back to Palermo because I wanted to go to the museum of Latin American art. ...
After coming back to my wonderful favela home at 7:30am and 3 hours of sleep, I started getting ready for my bus ride to Buenos Aires. Wearing my Germany jersey and walking through the streets of Morro Azul and Flamengo was simply amazing. Every second Brazilian on the street was smiling at me congratulated, no matter which age. They were all happy that Argentina did not win the World Cup on Brazilian soil in Maracana. Wearing the Germany jersey on the day after the final was ...