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Museums, Mate, and a Metal Flower

Tuesday, 3 Feb 2009 | Views [750]

At a push you can see all of Buenos Aires in about 3 days. We had 3 weeks... 3 tango dancing, steak eating, spanish speaking weeks. We spent our weekends in the various barrios and street markets. We spent our weekdays seeing the other sights. We ... Read more >


Gallery: Rest of Buenos Aires

Tuesday, 3 Feb 2009 | Photo Gallery


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La Boca

Friday, 30 Jan 2009 | Views [491]

On the outskirts of the city lies the barrio of La Boca. The busiest street is called Caminita and this is where you can find all the multicolored properties for which the area is famous. We learn that the paint used for these houses is leftover from ... Read more >


Gallery: La Boca - BA

Thursday, 29 Jan 2009 | Photo Gallery


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Gallery: Recoleta Cemetery - BA

Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | Photo Gallery


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Recoleta Cemetery

Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 | Views [379]

We found a flat! It’s just a studio, but certainly big enough for the two of us. The location is perfect too – just behind Plaza San Martin, right in the centre of town. It’s also one street away from the famous Florida Road, a pedestrian only street, ... Read more >


Gallery: San Telmo - BA

Saturday, 24 Jan 2009 | Photo Gallery


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San Telmo - BA

Saturday, 24 Jan 2009 | Views [599]

Although we only stay in San Telmo for a couple of nights, we return on a number of occasions during our stay in BA. It’s a very pretty, artsy area and it's the home of the tango. They say the famous dance was invented right here on the cobble stone ... Read more >


Buenos Aires - The Arrival

Friday, 23 Jan 2009 | Views [268]

We leave Puerto Iguazu and after eighteen more hours on the bus we’re in Buenos Aires (or "Buenos F**king Aires" according to a popular T-shirt slogan). We arrive very well rested after the trip on our luxury bus (our seats turned into beds ... Read more >


Iguazu Falls

Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 | Views [475]

So who's ever heard of Iguazu Falls? I know I hadn't (until we planned on coming here - one of Alicia's crackpot ideas). Just to give you a quick bit of info: They're on the shared border between Brazil and Argentina (and also Paraguay), and they're ... Read more >


Gallery: Iguazu Falls

Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 | Photo Gallery


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Steak & Malbec

Wednesday, 21 Jan 2009 | Views [645]

After my first hit of Argentina Steak, I'm hooked. Juicy, tender and full of flavour. It's delicious. If you're hungry, my advice is go to Argentina, eat some steak and fly home - it's worth the trip. A quick glance at the Rough Guide tells me it gets ... Read more >


On the road again

Wednesday, 21 Jan 2009 | Views [559]

Our Cruzero del Norte bus is a double decker and we have seats on the top level. Once again the seats are large and comfy. They even go back further then the other bus seats, about 180 degrees, which is great for sleeping. There are TV screens throughout ... Read more >

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