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Sun 10th Feb .. end of the adventure trip
I am now back in Buenos Aires after a 4 hour flight from Ushuaia. We have been gone for 23 days and have done so much in that time. Last night we had our last dinner together at a really good place called Gustino, before going toa Melonga - saw great tango dancers. I was asked to dance but declined …
... a certain clientele... We spent our last night in South America consuming our final Pesos on one last steak in a fantastic, no frills place teeming with locals- always a good sign. After a not-so-great sleep in the boiling hot, noisy hotel room (upgraded to a 'suite' that had faulty aircon and faulty plumbing- bad combo...) we packed up and killed a bit of time waiting for our cab with one last Argentine beer in a nearby San Telmo bar. We agreed that of all the amazing ...
... the plane, well the quality is similar to that. Maybe I am exaggerating a little, we eat about half of it.
Sobota 20. prosince
Do Buenos Aires se dostaneme v 6 hod večer. Máme v planu zůstat jednu noc v BA jenom abychom přespali a dalsi den pokračovali autobusem 18 hod do Puerto Madryn. Tentokrát jsme se ubytovali v jinem hostelu, který nám doporučil upovídaný American, kterého jsme potkali minuly týden ...
... too many people. We did not spend too much time there since the names did not mean too much to us, except Evita. We also needed to get back to the hotel before noon. Since we're not able to have lunch at that secret restaurant, we decided we might just well checkout at noon and head to the ship. That's what we did.
We've heard a lot of horror stories about taxi here that they would swap your good money with fake then tell you your money is no good. The ...
A few days in picturesque Salta ends with us doing a canoe/walk/swim in the mountains booked with a local tour company. Our guide Ramiro has such a positive infectious personality that it's hard to get annoyed at the fact that the expensive 'tour' consists mainly of him and his wife taking us around the area near their house which is communal to all residents. 'Very gooooood!' is his answer to almost everything we say and I should imagine his friends ...