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... to Buenos Aires, and we were curious to see how our first long trip in an argentinian bus would be. The premises were good: when we booked the passage we were given a huge discount because we paid in cash and we managed to book the luxury class, with seats that almost become beds, meals and drinks included. There would have also been a vegetarian menu, but unfortunately Nina could not seize this rare opportunity, since she's not feeling too well. Hopefully we'll get there soon.
... some nice houses, a lot of ugly ones, very contrasting, the synagoge was not interesting at all, the fundacion artesamas misionares (Guarani) was closed, but the view over the lake was nice, and it had a long promenade along it, and a big metal statue and a beach! Lots of joggers, longboarders, skate borders, walkers along the lake. In the center everybody is also busy, building stuff, fixing stuff, playing with ...
... stamps in a day) and this time we did get a swim in the hotel and in the evening took a very slow local bus into town which left us insufficient time to find a restaurant that was (a) good and (b) open - they eat late in Argentina, like the Spanish, so restaurnts don't open until late. So we ended up eating the worst steak ever, like old boots, in a cafe -very un-Argentine, before catching the shuttle bus back to the hotel.
Tomorrow our flight to the bright lights of Buenos Aires. ...
... be drier and dustier, which maybe it is for much of the year, but as we're in Spring at the moment, it's probably at its greenest. We didn't do much once we got back to Encarnacion that afternoon as the town centre really was dead. We finished off the remains of a bottle of wine in our room to mark the end of our first month on the road.
Day Thirty Two - Monday 8th October 2012
We'd previously bought tickets for the 08:30 bus to ...
We left Buenos Aires in style - on a double decker bus with fully reclining seats, duvets, pillows, individual TVs with films and a waiter who served us a three course dinner....needless to say we had a luxury drive up to Posadas, our next stop in Argentina.
We were met by Alex our guide who drove us to San Ignacio Mini to visit the Jesuit Ruins.
These are the remains of one ...
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