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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Plaza Cordoba
This is a family run hostel, the rooms were adequate and I had a safe, bathroom and three beds in my room. There's also a nice hang out area as well as a kitchen area which is a fridge, sink and microwave. Breakfast is coffee/tea, toast adn/or pastry - pretty basic. There's also a pool in front and a playground across the street.
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... the country and breathed some fresh air, ran around and did what Argentines do best. Chat. I think one of the most memorable moments for me happened during one of the bonding activities. We all grabbed hands and ran as fast as we could after the person in front of us in a sort of human rope. It seemed a bit dangerous to me but I chose not to speak up about this fact. Then at one point we started running and the line took a 90 degree turn to avoid an ...
... be lying if I said I was a tad nervous about this, but it turned out to be a great experience and made a great friend in Lucas.
Lucas' English was extremely good, and interestingly had a British accent; he is currently studying Media at university, and has a part time job creating adverts and promotional material for companies and start up business. We'd flip flop between Spanish and English, but usually spoke in English, and he liked to learn typical ...
... 8217;s life. I must admit I knew little of Che before our trip but instantly recognised the famous portrait by Andy Warhol of Che that Tim reckons every self respecting radical student has had on their bedroom wall or on a T shirt at some point.
In Britain politicians are often accused of using Tax cuts or extra spending to court votes in the run up to an election. In Argentina things are far less subtle. In our few weeks in Cordoba on the Presidents ...
... and it was played every night at the stroke of midnight.
Our dinner consisted of over cooked pasta in a bland sauce but one of the Argentinean guys on our bus asked if we wanted to share a bottle of wine which made the whole meal much nicer.
We arrived in Cordoba midday and headed straight to the hostel we had already booked. The hostel is called the Art hostel and was run by a nice guy who was really helpful. Although when he ...
... Monday, ware on a road to nowhere. Straight into the Sierras to Santa Catalina and the summer school for the disadvantaged children (yuk, I hate that word - it is humilades in Spanish). No hot water, biege food, roaches and general all round grub.
Also, fun, frolics, a week of sunshine by a river. Camping and playing with kids... c'mon, just how hard can that be? Although I may need to stick to shadow puppets for ease of delivery.