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... start settling down. The salted meat was produced for export to Brasil and was a staple food of slaves. The business didn't last for long...the slavery abolishment laws started to be imposed slowly in Brazil in 1871.
Coelho dies and most of his land goes under governance of Patricio Peralta Ramos. On the 10th of February 1874 Mar del Plata, with its current name, has been founded.
Since then it has taken a different turn... but about that in the next blog.
... 8217;t get any worse. I had had 2 atm cards skimmed and now I had been pickpocketed. Lucky enough I didn’t have my atm card in there at the time just my driver’s licence and some cash which was bad enough. It could have been worse. I wasn’t going to let that stop me from having a good day though. Yeah I was ****** off that it had happened but there was nothing I could do about it.
The girls took us up to a little restaurant just up a side street from the ...
... a few jams and i got to show the kids blues music and was passing around the harmonica.
We hung out on the beach for a few day. Mar del Plata is so crowded it's insane, but there are beautiful girls in brazilian cut swimsuits everywhere.... little whiplash...
Sergio took me to one of his professors houses for a bbq one night as well. Elbow deep in psychology talk all night. In Argentina university ...
... sidewalk and they had a singer entertaining us with traditional Argentine songs. This was not a fancy establishment, so it seemed like we were the only tourists there and we really enjoyed the atmosphere, the singing and clapping at favourite parts of the songs. At midnight everyone stood up together for a toast and some of the locals came over and toasted with us which was really nice. And then the obligatory fireworks! I don't think any ...
... locals have built staircases down to the shore and charge a small fee for access.
We spent the afternoon swimming and playing beach tennis on a really nice stretch with fewer people and almost no vendors and then were back for a dinner at a Tenedor Libre (all you can eat, literally translates to Free Fork) and home.
Short update today, so some random observations:
1) Our total cash outlay for over 10 ...
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