When I arrived in Buenos Aires I did not expect that much traffic. It was a mess, seriously. Tons of cars like a huge iron snake were squeezing themselves through the highways in and around of the town…
My first goal was to find the BMW dealer I arranged a service with. It was more than time to change my change of my motorbike. After each day I had to tighten it again because it got loose as hell. It was bothering me so much that I did not want to wait for Brazil to change it since it would be cheaper. I learned to sometimes invest a bit more money in maintenance especially when safety plays a role. After I found the dealer I left my bike behind and was happy that the guys could possibly finish the job way earlier than anticipated.
Finally, I was more than happy to have arrived in my hostel when it turned already dark outside. The accommodation was the perfect choice and was located in a nice neighbourhood full of bars and restaurants – all I really needed 😀
I immediately felt in love with the atmosphere of BsAs and the architecture which reminded me a bit of Paris or Madrid.
Since I was more enjoying life at this time than anything else I was not really taking a lot of pictures. My motto these days: Viva la vida! I just caught up with amazing people who I had an unforgettable time with.
The day Joao and Alice were arriving I also picked up my bike while the last night in BsAs was all under the sign of the worlds best Argentinean beef! And not to forget the delicious red wine!!!!