Matias visited Buenos Aires to witness the World Cup final match between Argentina and France. It was a historic moment that I’ll never forget, and the celebrations that followed were truly unforgettable.
As the final whistle blew, and Argentina won the match, the streets of Buenos Aires erupted in celebration. Millions of people gathered downtown to cheer, sing, and dance, celebrating the historic victory.
Matias and I were among the crowds, and we made our way towards the Obelisco, where the biggest celebration was taking place. As we got closer, we found that the mobile signal was nonexistent, as many people were trying to capture videos and share them on social networks.
Despite the chaos and confusion, we were swept up in the excitement of the moment, joining in the cheers and revelry of the crowds. A sense of unity was in the in the air, as we all celebrated a victory that meant so much to us and our country.
We headed towards the Teatro Colon, to meet Matias’ brothers.
Eventually, we had to get Matias to the airport, and we made our way towards the coast to find a cab. We ended up having to walk about 20 blocks more than we expected, but even the exhaustion couldn’t dampen our spirits. We were still riding high on the energy and excitement of the celebrations.