Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
... whether the dishes he continues to bring out are ever going to stop. 'Full?' he says eventually, 'Si!' we reply in unison but he still manages to bring over a dessert and 2 shots of vodka before we can escape. The steak is again exquisite and probably trumped the previous ones we've had. 'Review in the Wardian, January 2014' he says proudly to us. 'You know the Wardian, London newspaper?' 'Oh the Guardian' I say. 'Si, the Wardian, 4th best in Argentina!' ...
... double what the phone even cost to begin with. As I had called every taxi firm in Sydney and left my Australian contact number in case my SD card was found I was in favour of having it repaired. I checked it in to the mobile phone hospital on my penultimate day in Sydney. I was told it'd be ready for collection at 1pm the same afternoon. In the mean time I rushed around the city saying my goodbyes to friends,
talking to the bank about claiming back ...
... visited all the main tourist spots and was completely overwhelmed by the colours in this place. What happens is once a tin of paint runs out they grab the next one and so on so hence the colours are so varied. After the tour I decided to wander into Palermo Soho which is similar to NY Soho full of cafés, boutiques and all the pretty people and me. Shopping is great and within a blink of an eyelid I find a fantastic store and drop some serious cash on some well ...
... price. We left with eight people and eight bottles. Once we returned to the hotel, plans changed and we partied in. Tara hosted and we finished seven bottles between the seven of us. After a light dinner of pizza and empanadas from room service, the dance party began. Thanks to Michael Jackson and lots of 'Pants on, Dance on' music, we had a blast. It couldn't last all night so a return to our rooms for sleep came at about 1:30 am.
... that's seven but come on this is hard lol)
- Staying with Gabriella's dads best friends sister Oliva in Santiago and drinking piscocolas with her and her two cousins
- The trip through the Fjords on the Navimag a lovely albeit expensive way to get from place to place, still better than taking the bus for sure.
- Learning Spanish, well starting to anyway
- Staying with Pedro and Nahir on their farm near ...
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