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14th July 2012
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last night was the first time in more than a week that i had some alcohol, due to my health slightly improving. an english girl and i taught the argentinians that are staying here how to play spoons. actually they knew how to play already but in argentina they prefer to shout chancho! instead of grabbing a spoon, we compromised by doing both. we then moved on to a charades type game where we each had to write down the name of a film, pick another out at random and then try and act it out. it didn't take us long to notice the flaw in our binational games. even though we tried to pick hollywood movies that everyone would have heard of we didn't take into account the fact that the film titles often change quite a lot when they're translated. it was fun though, if nothing else just to see two argentianinas who have barely said two words to me all week acting as smurfs, or as they would say argentina, pitufos.

by the way this is my favourite galapagos photo that i alluded to when i was talking about my galapagos favourites. here's the original
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14/07/2012
sleep with one eye open
last night was the first time in more than a week that i had some alcohol, due to my health slightly improving. an english girl and i taught the argentinians that are staying here how to play spoons. actually they knew how to play already but in argentina they prefer to shout chancho! instead of grabbing a spoon, we compromised by doing both. we then moved on to a charades type game where we each had to write down the name of a film, pick another out at random and then try and act it out. it didn't take us long to notice the flaw in our binational games. even though we tried to pick hollywood movies that everyone would have heard of we didn't take into account the fact that the film titles often change quite a lot when they're translated. it was fun though, if nothing else just to see two argentianinas who have barely said two words to me all week acting as smurfs, or as they would say argentina, pitufos.

by the way this is my favourite galapagos photo that i alluded to when i was talking about my galapagos favourites. here's the original