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... her full time job at a clothing store, and supposedly cleaning the hostel - it turns out she was also responsible for preparing breakfast and dinner for me. Celeste then asked what I wanted for dinner....and day 2 was coming to a close. I asked if she wanted to talk about dinner for more than one night so she could plan - but she didn't understand the concept. Dinner was good - a salad with some kind of beef with potatoes and she made hard boiled eggs ...
... cathedrals, I wasn't inspired to take too many pictures. After Buenos Aires, any city is going to have a lot to live up to. What I do like better about life here is that it is a slightly slower pace, and people actually smile sometimes.
It was a boring couple of days though, and I am looking forward to go further south where the outdoors adventures ...
... We discuss our plan of attack and come to an agreement. Then Amanda adds "yeah, and if we have time we can get up the virgen too". I dont quite know what to make of that! More innuendoes to come.....
A pedestrian only town in the mountains, also very German in appearance and a nice little town to chill out for a few days. And thats what we do for 2. Amanda is feeling crook so Im off on my own to buy some food to cook for tea. Its all going well until ...
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Cuesta Blanca was the name of location we were heading for, a little town surrounded by a beautiful tranquil river, with green and rocky hills around. We took our belongings and began walking. A half an hour walk past the "Beach of the Hippies" until we reached a strip of sand with just us being there. The water was amazing. A little cold, but once in you ...
... take a bump in the road at speed! However the people are friendly and helpful, and strangers happily chat to each other on their journeys even when it’s busy, much unlike the London tube crush.
So on to the town: Cordoba is a city full of history, and following on from my advice to look up; I found it is equally important here to look down. Important buildings are tiled on to the floor, almost like a shadow of themselves, making it easy to identify areas with importance ...