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Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires city tour – Recoleta

[ Mar.2018 ] On the fifth day of our holiday in Buenos Aires in Argentina, we went on the city tour, carried out by Elisabet, our guide. Because we have visited this city before, we…

Buenos Aires

Lunch in ranch and dance

[ Mar.2018 ] After horse riding, we were hungry enough to have lunch in the ranch in the pampas in Argentina. They prepared the tables outside in the lovely large garden and the Gauchos served…

Argentina

Ride a horse in the ranch called El Ombu

[ Mar.2018 ] We went to a ranch where Gauchos work from Buenos Aires in Argentina. The name of the ranch was Estancia El Ombu de Areco and that was about 20km away from San…

Argentina

San Antonio de Areco, the Gaucho town

[ Mar.2018 ] The next day, we had an excursion to San Antonio de Areco from Buenos Aires in Argentina. This town is situated 113km northwest of Buenos Aires in the Pampas with the population…

Buenos Aires

A Japanese in San Telmo

[ Mar.2018 ] On Sunday in Buenos Aires in Argentina, we went to the antique market in San Telmo area which we had also been to last time. We took a taxi from Recoleta area and…

Argentina

Used the underground train to go shopping

[ Mar.2018 ] It was Sunday on the third day of our stay in Buenos Aires in Argentina. For me, it was the shopping day I was looking forward to. Although many of the ordinary…

Buenos Aires

Voyage on Delta

[ Mar.2018 ] We went through the waterways on the Delta where the Parana River merges with La Plata River in the suburbs of Buenos Aires in Argentina on the sight seeing boat for about…

Madrid

What to eat in Madrid

When it is time to eat something and you find yourself in the Spanish capital, Madrid, there is an abundance of choice available. It would be a great mistake to think that the only dishes…

Buenos Aires

At the market in Tigre, the main town in Delta

[ Mar.2018 ] Our destination of the tour on the day was Tigre, the main town in delta of Parana River in the suburbs of Buenos Aires in Argentina. Tigre means ‘tiger’ and the reason…