#HowCanThereBeAnyThinArgentineans?! #FailedDiet #Again
Track: Salta city center to Vaqueros, village 30 minutes drive - located in abudant green valley
One more? Of Course!
How can one say no when the most delicious BBQ-ed meats are offered to you?
Right, one can't, and more importantly, one should not. While in Argentina, better max enjoy it while it lasts...
In Argentina, sharing food goes hand in hand with live music it seems. So we were treated on a Superb private concert by Salta's best drummer and acoustic singing by the host family.
Did we sing as well? Nope, as we can't sing at all. So we were the other important part of music: the audience!
Day in key statistics
one more? of course! #faileddiet #again, as how to say no when the most delicious BBQ meats are offered to you? Right, one can't, and one should not. While in Argentina, max enjoy while it lasts...
about half a roll of painters tape - to stick the 360degrees camera at different angles to Mateo's drums
Highlights of the day
Superb home BBQ by Lucas
Superb private concert by Salta's best drummer Mateo and 'the pope' Francisco on guitar, all recorded in 360 degrees. Such talented musicians!
Meeting a 17-year-old who knows all about Jazz, Wynton Marsallis and Jazz at Lincoln Center NY. wow! (One of his dreams is to ever play there. Ha Ha, my dream is to photograph a jazz performance there. Maybe dreams can be combined one day!)
After three days in Argentina, we each have eaten about a whole cow and half a pig. At the various restaurants and at Lucas superb home BBQ. Next to that, there is the bread-baguette danger- accompanied with lovely dippings like the Escabeche de Porotos at Curly's. And cheeses! And don't forget about the Worlds Best Cookie- the Argentinean Alfajor!
So by now, I am completely puzzled: How on earth it is possible that there are still Any Thin Argentineans at All?!?!!!