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... lol, but seriously.. babes. The other nights i was pretty tired and went to sleep early (like 1 or 2) because i either walked around in museums all day or jumped in buses and went to rivers out of cordoba for the day.. they were all long. Including one were i returned to rio ceballos to find some waterfalls and it was soooo difficult as there are no signs at all and many intersections to make a 'left or ...
... in a twin private, complete with ensuite and TV. We chilled out all night watching TV in English and booking our accommodation for Uruguay (we head there on Tuesday). We were beginning to get a little bored with Cordoba and we had heard from the lovely little guy at the hostel about the Che house museum in Alta Gracia, an hour or so bus ride out of town, so we thought we would check it out. When we got down there it was pouring! Us stupid Aussie in our shorts and t-shirts ...
... we could hang out and talk. Sort of talk--the kind you do when you don't have much language but lots of giggling's going on anyway.
Casa Verde is the name and if you're in the area, it's on the way up Avenida Edén to the old historic Hotel Edén---just the right place to pause for an exceptional salad or cold drink.
There's not alot on the internet about La Falda. Between ...
... interesting to learn more about Che Guevara who is such an important person in Argentina and remains an icon until these days.
Three days of Cordoba was enough. I had checked out Wendesday morning, went sightseeing all day, then back at the hostel relaxing and finally out in the evening. I got back at 4 in the morning, grabbed my stuff, went to the terminal and took a bus to Rosario at 6. This is how you efficiently safe one night's accomodation!
Anyway - because the ...
... the town and we were back reunited with our favourite love struck Canadian. Big thanks to Mila for letting us crash in her apartment.
So Cordoba turned into a truely Argentine experience with us being herded out of town to the rivers on the outskirts taking only tents, togs, meat and alcohol. Dania's friend Luca picked us up in the tiniest of cars and we headed off. It took us about 45 minutes to reach the rivers where ...