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... me with shock and a bit of laughter on their faces, and get dust and thorns in my eyes. Lets just say it hurt and it still hurts today.
What happened next that day was even more memorable though. All 40 of us walked down to a little opening in the trees and sat on stumps and logs in a circle. The teacher in charge then explained that we each were going to receive three ribbons. Green for Gracias, Purple for Perdon, and Yellow for Por Favor. ...
... a few places including the park of the rings, where each year from 1810 to 2010 has a ring, with a moment of that year in Argentina’s history, this park was part of the 200 year celebration of the city’s founding. We found 1985, my year of birth and took some snaps. After this we headed for some beers, exchanged some stories, and then headed to another important area in Cordoba the park of the good shepherd, where every evening there is a water and lights show ...
... pretty organic to me.
Córdoba, of course has its own cabildo, or town hall which was completed in 1785 and has since been completely restored. Unlike the cabildo in Buenos Aires, the colonnade of the Córdoba cabildo is intact.
In 1989, the City of Córdoba, while laying underground phone cable knocked open the roof of a subterranean room that had pretty much disappeared from memory. It turned out to be a Jesuit Crypt. It ...
To my avid readers!!!
So....where to start......oooo, I know.....with a tidbit on my other teachers!!
Ana (AKA 'the mouse'):
I know I'm getting old and all that jazz, but, there are days that I want to plug Ana into a speaker!! This is literally the first teacher I have ever witnessed using the 'as you get louder, I'll get quieter' method of control......amazing!! Switching from this class into the other teacher's is akin to going from a library to ...
... for a huge bed, a sofa and two armchairs! And Liz says I forgot to mention the rooftop pool!
Being so close to everything the next day we quickly covered the main highlights and were bowled over by the tour of the Un iversity, established by the Jesuits, oldest in Argentina, great library display with massively old books including a polyglot bible in 7 languages including amareic, arabic etc dated back to 1500 ...