Seeming as though complaining about long, uncomfortable bus journeys is almost as boring to read about than the journey itself, I can happily say that my 20 hour bus from Salta was so comfortable that I probably had my best sleep so far this holiday on it. The seats recline almost horizontally with ample legroom. On top of this, we were fed reasonably well and given decent coffee in the morning. It was lucky that I arrived in Buenos Aires feeling refreshed as a club night on Saturday in Buenos Aires doesn´t start until 2 and finishes well into the morning. Also, the club I went to had an open bar where vodka and coke meant a glass of vodka and a glass of coke. Not much more needs to be said about that night although it´s excesses didn´t stop me going to another club until a similar hour the next night. Though Buenos Aires is a very European city, and because of this, westerners don´t stand out quite so much on the streets, the same is not true in clubs. Being the city of tango, inept western dancing made us stand out like a sore thumb and we were forced to console ourselves with more heavy drinking.
I have also been to see a football match at the River Plate stadium in Buenos Aires. The match itself was alright but not as exciting football as I might have expected (it was the first match of the season however) apart from one spectacular goal, though the atmosphere in the stadium made up for this. On the top stands, there were people standing on a very high ledge supported only by holding onto the rails.
Though I have so far been in Buenos Aires for coming up to four days so far, I have still yet to explore the city at all, apart from the main plaza in which i spent a day relaxing but not with enough energy to venture any further afield.