Wednesday, September 27, 2006

You Are Here

Puente De La MujerThis is our hostel on google maps, the area doesn't look nearly so dreary in real life, and this is Puente De La Mujer (Woman's Bridge) at Puerto Madero which I took some photos of a couple of days ago. Apparently Puerto Madero is where all the tourists go, God knows why, it's like the Docklands in London and even has its own Canary Wharf.

I should have said in my last post that our breakfast consists of two medialuna (half moon) facturas and a beverage. The medialunes are like small dense croissants glazed in sugar and got a bit boring after the first day. Kai defends them by saying they're not boring, sometimes they're stale, sometimes they're fresh. He's right, sometimes they're very dense and sometimes they're quite light. Anyway, it was a bit of a shock to the system this morning to be presented with toast and jam!


Anonymous said...

buenas dias mi amigo,

como estas? estoy muy bien pero ahora estoy trabajando.

ok thats hard work. only read a few days worth but it seems like you are eating a lot and spending a lot of time in front of a computer. i hope you will spend some time in a wilderness for a while, away from technology, but you probably have a wireless laptop dont ya! anyway, enjoy..

hasta luego Lucy.

Jamie said...

Hola Lucy!

Not much wilderness here in Buenos Aires, we're staying here for another two weeks and then off west somewhere. Kai wants to go to some Debian conference or something. So yes, we have a laptop :)

Chau, Jamie