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    The Oracle on official tweeting, spotting Guy and signing autographs

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    February 25, 2010 - submitted by Als, United Kingdom

    Q. As there are so many of us who will never be as lucky as Phil to live in Argentina, or visit any part of South America, is there any chance Guy could tweet us some photos? We miss his twitter action. Thank you - and keep enjoying that gorgeous food, start the diet after your holiday ;)

    The Oracle replies:

    Guy was out shopping yesterday but don't think he was on a photo taking mission. However, I took some on my cycling tour and Roadie #42 has been out and about too so between the two of us I am pretty sure we could tweet some pics. There's a new #42 blog and of course that's the first of many so there'll be visuals there too.

    February 25, 2010 - submitted by Heide, United States of America

    Q. How do the boys communicate when they're in foreign countries? The same question for the crew and yourself...

    The Oracle replies:

    We find that so many people speak English and are more than happy to speak our Mother Tongue. Quite honestly I always find it embarrassing that everyone seems to speak better English than I can of any other language. Here in Argentina though I am speaking a little Spanish with the locals. I'm not fluent but am giving it a go! Phil is chatting away in local lingo too. The band also try to learn new words and phrases but there's a translator to hand in case.


    February 25, 2010 - submitted by Karen, Argentina

    Q. In the short time you've been in our country, have you tried one of our regional delicacies? like dulce de leche, mate (it's a hot drink) or asado? What do you think about them?

    The Oracle replies:

    Well, we've been here for almost 2 days and last night sampled the delights of empanadas followed by various cuts of fine Argentinian beef (fyi: Chris hadn't arrived at this point and the vegetarians amongst us enjoyed fresh fish); that's practically asado covered. Phil Harvey lived here briefly and yesterday recommended we try dulce de leche which I ate earlier this evening... wow it's delicious! I saw some local women brewing up mate by a park but haven't had the opportunity to try it yet. I really must stop eating and drinking so much but it's impossible with so many amazing things on offer...


    February 24, 2010 - submitted by Brenda, Argentina

    Q. Hello guys, looking forward to see you in Buenos Aires. Here's the question: are you going to be signing autographs at the hotel fence/door?. We've been waiting for 5 years for you to come back here, it would be nice to see you off the stage. I'll be there outside the hotel. Please make my dream come true. Cheers. Bren.

    The Oracle replies:

    Hi Bren. There have been quite a few people waiting outside but the hotel security have been trying to keep the area clear since Guy was being spied on around the pool this morning. It was very strange to hear people screaming whenever he moved and shouting his name... I am so glad I can leave and arrive without anyone noticing! It's been amazing to see such dedication from the fans even from yesterday. There isn't going to be a signing session at the hotel I'm afraid.




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