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... a pair of Argentine students and arranged to go out for a drink with them. They were both girls, studying journalism and psychology in La Plata. When I met them to go out they were wrapped up in leather jackets long cardigans, jeans, boots and scarves. I arrived downstairs in pumps and a thin hoody. They looked at me in horror.
"Aren't you cold?!"
"No," I replied. "Are you... ill?"
On the walk to the bar, a driver ...
... didn't speak any English and even though we were getting better at basic Spanish, we couldn't understand what he was trying to tell us. He started pointing to his right which Chrissy though meant that there was an ATM not far away... Nope that wasn't it... Then he went over and picked up a cone and pointed to us, which Josh thought meant we could get the ice cream now and bring back the money later... Nope not that either. We finally worked out that this ...
... management courses. See Buenos Aires entry.
Mardel is however much better with its pedestrian crossing lights than Buenos Aires. Here, they count down from 40 seconds which is far kinder than the 10 seconds in Buenos Aires for the many Argentinian retirees who live here not to mention this decrepit old bag. I think 10 seconds to cross is ageist and discriminatory and I might put in a formal complaint to Christina (Fernandez, ...
... coming out so we got off the bus and chilled out on the beach for the rest of the sunlight hours. This beach was packed and full of holidays makers, it was difficult to find even a small space to lay our towels out. Once we had got settled and was chilled out, the whole beach were on their feet. We wondered what was going off then realised there was a sea lion swimming about in the shore line of the sea. The whole beach, hundreds of people, ...
... pick n mix from a sweet shop near by. Afterwards we returned back to the area we were staying in and Kerry went shopping and a mooch around some of the clothes shops as the weather still hadn't picked up. We had tea in the hostel again which we had home cooked and booked some more things for the rest of the trip. We also nipped out to the bank which ended up been miles away and to the popular ice-cream parlour on our ...
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