La Becasina Delta Lodge
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... all to get hungry so we stopped in at a great meat restaurant for choripan, a chorizo sausage in a bread roll, but way better than it sounds. After a little more market perusing it started to rain a little harder so it was time for a hot drink stop, which also involved a large piece of lemon meringue pie. Eventually we said our goodbyes to Marie and the market and headed for home to get ready for dinner with Gustavo and ...
... and questioning how much time we wanted to spend on this particular river island.
We spent eight days on the river in all, and managed to enjoy the small things- parrots in the trees, different boats passing by, cheap beer, decent food, and particularly puzzling people gave the river an oddly magical appeal. However, after eight days we were ready to move on, heading back to Buenos Aires for some clean water, clarity, and new horizons.
... with Tango dancers on small stages. We stop for some less than wonderful food but the beer is good. An Argentinian customer gets up and has a go with one of the dancers. Having been told by my teacher that I was a sad loss to Scottish Country dancing when I gave it up at the age of 9 I decided that it would be a good idea if Kathleen and I got up on the stage and did an exhibition Gay Gordons. For some reason Kathleen did not seem keen. Said something about it ...
... After a few hours rest, we went back into town for the La Ventana tango show and dinner. It was SPECTACULAR! Every visitor should take in one of the many tango shows...although it does remind you that your body could not possibly move into those positions at this point in life. The program included several performances by gaucho musicians and dancers that were really fun to see. We were exhausted when we finally tumbled into bed at 115 AM, but it was a great ...
... people, from England and Australia. Sooooo cool. Then the receptionist of the hostel came in while we were watching soccer, and asked if any of the guys wanted to play in a game that night against the staff and residents of the other hostel. So Morgan and this other guy Sean, from England, went and played, and I watched. It was a pretty cool experience. On the ride to and from the game, I learned that Sean hadn't had an alfajor yet, and that just couldn't stay the same with ...