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Shots of Argentina

Posted by David:

We’ve been gone from Argentina for a while now but we wanted to share some more pictures from our time there.

Stay tuned for a new “Toilet Blog” from Rikki.

Tango in Boca

Jose de San. Martin was the hero of Argentine independence from Spain and a fellow South American libertador with Simon Bolivar.  This is a great statue in the Retiro neighborhood near where we stayed.

Recoleta Cemetery

The Much Discussed Tomb of Evita

Some Delicious Treats

Portenos love their dogs but pay others to walk them. Watch your step.

Playing the ponies in Argentina.

Eva bought a great hat in the San Telmo neighborhood where they have a great art fair on Sundays.

Plaza de Mayo is an important place in the history of Argentina. ┬áThis is where the Mothers of Plaza de Mayo helped to bring the issue of the 30,000 disappeared people during the military regime starting in the late 70’s and 80’s.

This is the original government building in Buenos Aires

More beautiful buidings

Government Building

Evita is still as beloved as she was 50 years ago.

A Lion and his King

Kosher McDonalds. How strange is that?

Salt Flats

Horses on an estancia outside of the city.

Getting ready to go whitewater rafting outside of Salta, Argentina.

Loving the wet suites.

Colorful 7 Color Mountains outside of Jujuy, Argentina.

Count the colors.

Eating Llama (a delicious Argentine delicacy).

Small town near Jujuy with a great monument.

Salt Flats

Iguazu Falls…hard to show the massiveness of this waterfal.

Faces after lots of driving in rural Argentina.

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