I wandered back to the ticketing centre, where a pair of volunteers were guarding the now empty building. We’d seen them earlier in the day. They didn’t speak a lick of English, nor did I much Portuguese, so I was suitably mystified when they just pointed back to the stadium with big smiles on their faces, exclaiming “Esposa! Esposa!” Back I went, and waited a bit more. I took some great photos of the fireworks overhead, as waves of unhappy Argentines strolled past. Eventually, Prairie appeared, looking way more chipper than I’d expected.
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