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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!
... were all conveniently close and took photos of the buildings and churches. The jesuit influence is strong in cordoba and the buildings are amazing. The church in the main plaza is probably the nicest i have ever seen. We walked inside and it resembled more of an art gallery than a church.
We needed to change money, and a google search of where to find black market dollars turned up nothing. So we went to the pedestrian streets ...
... only made it to the opening at 20:30, which was not enough time to visit and get to the bus station. Bummer, it was packed with people and there was loud music. That whole area (the cultural mile) was filled with people in the streets, all buildigs lit up, loads of bars, another fountain show but it was dark so they used lights which was nice. It was a very nice area, what a shame i had to get a bus, if only i had known :-). I booked a hostel in salta which is a bit out of ...
... we got to the brow of the hill and saw our bus, ready to leave......this is when Nadia had the brilliant idea of running.....downhill.....well I say idea.......she actually just ran and gave us no choice!! Anyways, I know you're all dying to hear that it drove off just as we passed out or that I face-planted but this was the one time that everything fell into place!!! 'Twas karma coming back to bite the anti-social peeps on the ass and giving us a ...
Slept well on the night bus to Cordoba. The hotels in lonely planet had doubled in price so we found somewhere else. Cheap but not exactly salubrious! Spent some time tracking down a book shop that had the chile lonely planet in english of course. Finally found a place and paid a small fortune for it. About 30 odd quid! Andy had his hair cut and comically asked how to sit in the hair washing chair. He has never ...