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... within all of this grandeur,the Argentinean economy is in very bad shape.The value of the Peso has plummeted next to the dollar and the country is in the ludicrous situation of having two sets of exchange to the dollar. This is known locally as the “pink dollar” and the “blue dollar”. The dollar is in high demand as insurance against the peso falling further and people are willing to pay above the normal bank exchange rate to get hold of them so much ...
... up to get their photo with her. San Telmo was an area that was well known for once being the most wealthiest in Buenous Aires.
We then got taken further down the road to what used to be a grand old house; it had giant double doors that swung inwards, multiple rooms which opened up onto a central court yard and an upstairs area where there were more rooms and a balcony overlooking the street below. What we saw was just an example of this style ...
... and blue luminous lights lighting up the dashboard. Yep this is his own car. As we pulled out of the airport we went through a toll where he tailgates his way through it to avoid paying, still nothing I kist laugh. Shortly after I saw him out of the corner of my eye making a cross on his forehead, a quick prayer?.. before he turned on some heavy music and sped up to 110 in a 80zone. Oh ****... Yep it hit me. What a dumb thing to do, get in a car with a random ...
As we had had such a hectic day yesterday in BA we decided to have a more relaxed one. For the majority of the day we chilled and chatted to Javy in the hostel. We had for the evening planned to go to an all you can eat steak buffet. This meant we starved for most of the day to make sure we had enough room for as much for meat as physically possible. The walk down to the restaurant was long and ...
... obviously still happy to pay the full RRP-
no deep discount Cheryl Cole autobiographies here. Damn!
homage to Borges was much harder to effect. We thought we'd do well
by checking out the Borges Institute but that turned out to be more
Borges in name than in deed and didn´t have that much to see. We
both re-read some of the short stories instead to make up for it.
Tom bought a nice maté gourd and straw and ...