Trip to Buenos Aires 1 – Cowboys and Liquor

I do not know what it is but it seems that every time we get on a bus to head somewhere it rains. We were supposed to go horseback riding today but that does not seem like it will be happening. This somewhat disappoints as I had looked forward to seeing some of the city bred folks on a horse, but alas that will not be happening, at least I don’t think it will. Most of the people around me are sleeping. It is 9:40am and we probably have around another 2-3 hours to go, not exactly the most interesting concept to consider. Well signing off for now peeps, more later.
6 Hours later
We have just finished at the gaucho(cowboy) ranch and we are now getting ready to head back to the hotel. It was kinda boring there. Basically we just walked around, ate, and took pictures. There was dancing during our meal which was kinda cool and then a little horse show afterwards. The horse show involved different cowboys attempting to put tiny rings the size of a quarter onto tiny sticks they had. They did pretty good, even the drunk cowboy got 1 ring. The funny part of the afternoon occurred when a woman from Europe got jealous of the attention one guest was getting. This European woman jumped the fence, and went over to the cowboys and demanded a ring. If that was not enough, on the way back to jeered and bragged to everyone that she had said ring. It was quite funny and she must have either been quite drunk indeed or just a rude, sober individual. We then actually got to do some horseback riding, before getting back on the bus to head to our hotel and Buenos Aires, YAY!

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