Travel Blogs from Buenos Aires
- the fabulous time we had in Pucon and the fabulous people we met at the hostel.
- completing the 10 day circuit of Torres del Paine. It is nice to have a challenge to overcome on any trip and doing with some lovely people, well half of it.
- Being sick and with Diarrhea on a 20 hour night bus from Rurrenabque to La Paz
- Learning Spanish. Ok I know its also in the best experience but it was fricken hard ...
... out of Uruguay and back into Argentina. It couldn't have been easier, as both consulates where at the same desk and they just passed our passports across. We even had time to enjoy one last coffee in Uruguay before riding our bikes on board the boat. The ferry took three hours and we were pleased when we could finally see the big, tall buildings of Buenos Aires ahead.
The arrival into the city was also easy, as we were waved passed the ...
Fast forward to the present day. We're now seasoned travellers. We've been to all corners of the globe and travelled extensively, shunning the organised package tour in favour of our own personally designed itineraries. We've been ...
... and street performers. We took the subway over to the Plaza de Mayo and as we were walking through the station Doyle felt something wet on his leg. I happened to turn around at the same time and there was a guy behind us. He said something to us, but Doyle and I turned on him which scared him off. Come to find out, he had squirted mustard on us hoping that we'd stop and he would help ...
So, tragically, our first stop in Buenos Aires has already come to an end and we are impatiently awaiting a lift to our next stop, a 2 day ranch stay at Estancia Dos Los Hermanos. While I wait (and this may be awhile - see point #2) I figured I'd write up a blog about "things I have learnt whilst in BA" 1. There is, actually, a country that has survived for hundreds of years on nothing but protein - as a child, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking