San Remo Resort Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Santa Teresita
... a bigger shabbier version of San Martin. Every other shop was a chocolate shop and bored-looking St Bernard dogs (probably the only ones in Patagonia) were touted around the town square for photos with tourists, emphasising the Swiss-ness of the place. Lining the pavements were men competing to buy US dollars on the 'blue market’, ignored bythe police hovering just meters away.
A 23 hour bus ride to Buenos Aires. The ...
... on it. For 99 pesos. With my exchange rate, that's less than $9. That's right folks, look at that find! When I returned to leave all my stuff, I was starving as it was 4 and I hadn't eaten anything but a couple alfajors all day. (Hey, gimme a break, it's my last day. Gotta take advantage.) Obviously I wanted to use my last empanada run to my advantage, so I headed the 10 blocks back toward the hostel I'd stayed at so I could pay the extra pesos for the giant, ...
... fisherman who told them he caught over two thousand fish last Sunday. While they talked, I snapped more pics and then laid in the sand. I gotta get a little tan, even if it's not very warm! We headed to another beach, then another lookout point, and then another beach. This last beach was really cool. There were a bunch of boats out in the water, fishing, and the guys got excited because they were going to be able to help pull in a fishing net with a bunch of other ...
... my bank statement because they need it at my visa appointment tomorrow, and I'd bought tweezers, as caterpillars had begun to grow on my face. Yup, definitely left both those things ten blocks away. Dang it. So I was going to take the bus but I said the hell with it and just walked it again. I couldn't leave my bank information at random places. Come on Jess! When I got back to the hostel with my arms full of alfajors, the hostel staff all laughed and I told them about ...
... studying the last nine months in Brazil, and doing an internship there. Greece man was going to go do the free walking tour of Buenos Aires and implied an invitation. I'd never done it so I said why not. Walking tours are cool, totally based on tips but so informative. We walked for three hours, exploring a part of the city. I learned some new stuff, ate empanadas, and met this girl who was doing the Peace Corps in Peru but in vacation with her mom. We ended ...