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... coffee and i buy one black and sweet. Ferry floss and drinks are also served. The ferry floss man mimics Roland on the pipes. It's a great atmosphere and a great game. A few penalty goals, a field goal and a length of the field try. It's a close game as well, a converted penalty late in the game giving Scotland a 21-19 win. Just like at half time the boys are a sensation with the crowd. We are the last to leave as people que for photos. It was great to meet these down ...
... over to sit down and leave the man standing.....now you understand that her chosen name was appropriate!!!
Anywho, on a positive note, Liliana and Albert have invited me to their house for lunch which is lovely so, I have some more amazing Argentinean friends and I survived the entire conversation and journey in Spanish......wohoo!!!!
So, that's all really for my quiet week.......will fill you in on this weeks escapades later!!
... 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 ...
... up, showered, walked around the city which felt more like a ghost town, found a grocery store and bought a bunch of food to make for the next couple days. We came back and chilled and sweet Hannah made a delicious chicken stuffed with spinach, onions and cheese and corn on the cob.
The next day we had planned a hike. We woke up early and walked to the bus station because we had to take an hour bus out of town. Except that by the time we got there, we had missed the bus by ...
I arrived in Cordoba on an unusually windy, cold, rainy night. To make matters worse I had been given a ride by a truck driver who was a friend of a couchsurfer, so he couldn't drop me off at the bus station or really anywhere far from the highway cause he wasn't allowed to drive on the small city streets. Even worse than that, you can only ride the buses in Cordoba if you have 'cospeles' or bus tokens. So, my unbelievably nice couchsurfer had to come pick ...