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Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
... cafe where you choose your food from a buffet bar and pay by weight, yum. In the afternoon we went to the MEC, Emilio Caraffe's art gallery and managed to enjoy it before it got taken over by a hoard of teenagers... We decided to escape from them and enjoy the sun with an ice cream, partaking in a spot of cute Cordoban spotting of course :-)
Bec - hehe yep it is, it's called subway here too, just trying to cover up the fact we ate ...
... all very happy bears. Also, I have been coughing every two minutes for the past 72 hours. I have been taking some random pills we found at a pharmacy, at arbitrary intervals, with no clue what it is meant to do and whether or not is actually helping.
Buenos Aires teemed with energy on all fronts and our eight day stay was perhaps precisely the right amount. We spent the first few days getting a feel for everything and basically taking it easy. We arrived on a Wednesday ...
... my dad decieded to put it down my top so it turned into, taking the ice off trees and throwing it!!
We also had Sanni, who is a student who stayed with this family i think in 2004 and i back for a month or so visiting,
Un buen dia con la familia, te quiero mucho. muchas gracias Gabi y Edu(LOCOOOOO)
Y mas tarde skype con caroline.
Photos: hoy, today, anoche, lastnight and in the street today
So in the last month Julia and Agustina have both had their birthdays, I have been away as in other blogs and started school, i dont really know if you can call it school here as we dont do much.
So for Julias birthday I was in Camilo Aldao. Attended rotary meetings, watched at the gym to see if I want to go with the girls and went to Carolines for a spanish lesson type thing and had lunch there. Agustinas birthday was my first day of school and she had to work so we ...