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... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
... rider lost out to the bus and lost his life.
The museum was at the former railway station which was also the first station in a chain of nine for the cable car up the mountain. Built in 1903 to get the minerals in the surrounding hills down, the 40km line reached up to 4600m, 3500m above the town. A major feat of engineering with 250+ towers, produced by world famous cable car constructors, the Brits!
Would liked to have gone to the ...
... I found that funny because when I told her I was headed here she didn't seem to think that was a great idea! Anyway she's off to BA and back to Australia. I was able to book a ticket direct to Mendoza from La Cumbre no stopping in Cordoba (yay) for $270 peso cama exectivo.
My translator on my phone only works with a wifi connection so it was very handy that I could pick up the wifi from the PARK across the street. Ya I said park. This whole country is way better ...
... and roll around in dirt. The other dog just went straight for the mud. But india always ended up looking very clean and beautiful. There were lots of calves and a few foals.
My favorite part of the farm, was the stars every night when I would walk to my cabin from the main house. The sky at night was absolutely stunning. The milky way was brilliant and stretched all the way across the sky. It was unlike anything I have ever ...
So I made it through three weeks at the Proyecto Caraya, the Howler Monkey Rescue Centre. For the first few days I really wasn't sure that I was going to. It really was difficult not speaking the language and I think I woke up every morning for the first five days thinking I was going to leave. I even started looking into where I could go to use up the time before I have to head south.
Day 3 was a particular challenge. It started off ...