Buenos Aires - Argentina 4/03/13 - 10/03/13

Trip Start Mar 01, 2013
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Trip End Jul 01, 2013


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Monday, March 4, 2013

Salut a tous et bienvenu sur notre blog 

Notre sejour a Buenos Aires se termine, nous avons parcouru la ville en long en large et en travers avec nos petit pieds. En moyenne nous avons marche entre 4 et 7h par jour dans les rues surprenantes de BA.
Certains quartiers sont a fendre le coeur, vous voyez des gens faire les poubelles pour manger, des familles entieres avec des enfants dormir dans la rue, des chiens et chats errant, ainsi que des trottoirs casses de partout, des graffitis sur tous les batiments ect ... 
En contre partie, vous avez les quartiers riches ou tout est demesure ! maisons immense, gardes au portes, taxis, beaux restaurants, pas de mandiants pas de chien errant, juste de belles boutiques. 
L'argentine ne va pas tres bien economiquement et cela se ressent car l'etat n'a pas l'air d'avoir les moyens de prendre soin de cette ville qui pourrait etre si magnifique
Nous sommes aussi alle voir un match de footbal BOCA vs NACIONALE, c'etait enorme ! les suporters ont chante tout le long du match tape des mains ect ... c'etait incroyable ! super ambience. 
En quelques mots, notre sejour a ete interressant, fun,  nous avons depense plus d'argent que l'on pensait car mine de rien la vie est un peu chere ici, le temps est au beau fixe 28 a l'ombre tout les jours. Nous avons hate d'aller a notre prochaine etape Rosario, ci joint des photos de BA. 

Gros bisous a tous ! 


Hi Everyone and welcome to our blog 

Our trip in Buenos Aires is ending, we've been walking arout the whole city, our legs hurt so bad. Inaverage we were walking between 4 and 7 hours everyday in the surprising streets of BA. 
Some areas of the city are heart breaking where you can see people looking through the rubbish to find something to eat, some entire families with kids sleeping on the street, skinny dogs and cats looking for food, broken pavements, grafitis on buildings and walls everywhere ect..
On the other hand, there are the rich areas where everything is exagerated, massive houses, bodyguards at the front, beautiful restaurants, cafes, no one begging on the street, not cats or dogs and especially, the pavements are in a great stage. 
Economically Argentina is not doing so well, and we feel that it is the reason why the city is in this stage, as this is a city that could be much more beautiful. 
We went to see a football game, BOCA vs NACIONAL, it was crazy ! supporters were singing and clapping during the whole game up until leaving the stadium ! amazing atmosphere but so tiring ! 
In a few words, our trip in BA was fun, interresting, we spent more money than what we thought we would because BA is actually quite an expensive city, the weather is great, about 28 degres everyday, we cant wait to the next part of our trip, Rosario ! and this time we are doing some couch surfing, meeting the locals. see below the photos of BA 

Love you all 

 
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Alex & vi on

Hi the Loulou, It's Nice to can read you in booth language, and we hope that everything is good for you. The city seems to have two differents parts, It's crazy. Try to keep your money to enjoy the next destinations. We've got a question, you sleep with thé system of surf-couch or in a backpacker. Sort for our english but we try for "kiss". See ya.

Kathleen Carlisle on

Kizza, Kevvy wants to know if you've got your clean undies on? Love Mum. Mwah!

Kathleen Carlisle on

Iguazu Falls look breath-taking! Wow! Thanks guys for the 'Newport' reference and Mama Teresa's - it made me smile.
Love Mum/Kathy

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