Thursday is a travel day as the Ireland camp pack up in Buenos Aires and head up to Corrientes, just across the Parana River from Resistencia where they will play the first Test against Argentina on Saturday.
Day 5 - Team Announcement And Travel Day
The day starts early for the guys who are not playing at the weekend. They head to the gym to get some work done at 7am.
Joe Schmidt meets with the travelling media before we leave the hotel and names the team to play in the first test which includes one new cap in the starting line-up - Robbie Diack.
Today we travel to Corrientes, flying into Resistencia and then a bus, complete with armed escort across the river.
There is a lot of logistical planning involved and Gerard Carmody and Sinead Bennett from the team services division have their work cut out for them making sure everything and everyone makes the flight. Negotiation skills to the fore!
A lot of this is done late the night before, including the daily itinerary which details the entire plan of the day - even the dress code. As you can see from Jamie Heaslip's Twitter page, it was a pink day for the squad!
There's a lot of moving for bagman Willie Bennett who has over 60 gear bags, medical equipment, tackle shields and much more to get on and off the flight.
The drive from the airport through Chaco to Corrientes is an eye opener as we are in one of the poorest provinces in Argentina.
We have to cross the Parana River, the second longest river in South America. The General Belgrano Bridge which links Resistencia on one side and Corrientes on the other is 1,700 metres long.
First port of call for the players is the dining room - lunch was at 11am this morning so it is time to load up again. It takes a serious amount of food to keep these guys in top shape.
Kicking coach Richie Murphy and Jonathan Sexton are barely checked in before they head off to a local club. It doesn't go unnoticed by the Aranduroga Rugby Twitter account!
There are media interviews for Jordi Murphy, Rory Best, Luke Marshall, Felix Jones and Ian Madigan with the travelling rugby journos, many of whom were on the same flight up from Buenos Aires.
Tonight is 'cinema night' and the pressure is on Dave Kilcoyne to find the local cinema and get a listing of available movies up in the team room.
Of course there's always a chance that Mike Ross can rig up the system to show the latest 'Game of Thrones' episodes on the TV. It's a show that has proved popular with most of the lads.
They needed a 27-point winning margin against Scotland. They got that and more. The Ireland Women's team captured their second Women's RBS 6 Nations title in style at Broadwood Stadium - relive their Championship winning day in our exclusive video.
It was nail-biting, nerve shredding and epic! Relive Ireland's RBS 6 Nations Championship day from the squad's arrival at Murrayfield to the trophy presentation in our exclusive tunnel and pitch cam video.
Larissa Muldoon, now a two-time Women's RBS 6 Nations winner, is part of an all-Donegal half-back pairing for the Ireland Women. She spoke to Irish Rugby TV about the developing clubs in her own county.
Ireland Women's lock Orla Fitzsimons describes how she was a supporter in the stands for the 2013 Grand Slam success, and now, two years on, she has a Women's RBS 6 Nations winners' medal around her neck.
Niamh Briggs had a day to remember as she captained the Ireland Women's team to RBS 6 Nations title glory. The Waterford star, who scored the first try in the 73-3 win over Scotland, spoke to Irish Rugby TV afterwards.
Paying tribute to the Ireland supporters at Murrayfield, RBS 6 Nations winner Luke Fitzgerald said: "Thanks a million to the fans from the all guys. They were fantastic. We really felt their support out there, they were the '16th man' and helped us get over the line."
Sean O'Brien scored two tries and produced a man-of-the-match performance as Ireland beat Scotland 40-10 to finish top of the table and retain the RBS 6 Nations title. He spoke to Irish Rugby TV afterwards.
Speaking to Irish Rugby TV after the trophy presentation, RBS 6 Nations winner Robbie Henshaw said: "Words can't describe it...just the whole atmosphere, everyone in the stadium, just the way it ended out. It was pretty intense, the heart was rushing."
Enjoying the post-match celebrations at Murrayfield, RBS 6 Nations winner Rory Best said: "It's been a bit of an emotional roller-coaster, the last hour. The crowd have been absolutely incredible. We're just delighted to give something back to them."