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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!
... that they had become too powerful and were interfering in his country’s political affairs. In the 168 years the Jesuits were present in Cordoba they left behind a rich architectural heritage comprised of many churches and old historical monuments which give the city an heir of importance. They also instilled a strong culture of educational excellence, a fact which can be seen in the numerous public universities and academic institutions that make up the town ...
... home at roughly 5am, needing sleep before heading to the countryside he next day - Argentinian life is taking it out of me! The next day we have a mad rush to make it to the bus station in time to catch our ride to La Cumbrecita. We meet Naty's friend, Daniella at the bus stop in the knick of time, but are told that there are no more tickets to La Cumbrecita from our connecting destination. Being British, that would have been the end of that then for me, but the girls decided we should ...
... we had chosen the part of the terrace with a roof, others had chosen 'en plein air' and had to run!
Today we are having a lazy morning, watched the end of the Murray Federer match before breakfast, then we may take in a couple of art galleries, then a movie, then dinner before our 10:30 pm bus to Mendoza which we reach at about 8am tomorrow. Booked in 'Suite-cama' class which means a big seat which turns into a flat ...
... what if this goes wrong’ type thing. The hardest part itself was the door opening and me having to dangle my legs and look down before out we jumped! Cant really explain the feeling of freefalling as everything happens so quick but it was absolutely amazing, and getting butterflies (could be dihorrhea) in my stomach as I’m typing this next to some old Uruguayan dude. Once the parachute shot out – another scary moment, the next part of the trip down ...