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After almost 10 months travelling involving 23 flights, 44 long distance coach trips, 11 mammoth train journeys, countless local bus & taxi trips and more sights visited than we ever thought we would fit in to a lifetime, we concluded it as time to take a breather. Arriving in Cordoba (Argentina's second city) for a few weeks of Spanish classes and some volunteering proved well timed.
Cordoba sits pretty much in the middle of Argentina, with a population of ...
... the time. So the clothes are feeling looser and I am welcoming some serious weight loss on this trip!
On my second day in Cordoba I toured the city with a group of girls from the hostel - Bianca (the Canadian), Sarah (from the US), and Marietta (from Italy). It was lovely to have lots of female company - I am naturally happy in male company and find guys easy to socialise with but I had forgotten how nice it is to discuss female things! These girls ...
... desktop PC to look like. The only colour in the place was provided by pipes tracing the entire ceiling coloured dependant on what they contained... yellow for cocoa butter, red for milk, blue for sugar etc. Apparently the company makes 3 million kilograms of chocolate and biscuits each day and is the largest producer of cardboard in the world.
I don't think that the cardboard is edible but frankly Argentinian chocolate is pretty terrible, a bit like in the US. If the ...
... get my stuff from storage at the hostel, and make it to the bus station. I was pretty ****** since I had just spent an hour on the bus to get there for no reason! So, I stood outside of the museum for a while. Several other groups of tourists came by wanting to visit it (made me feel better that at least I wasn't the only idiot who schlepped all the way over there!). At some point I was the only one outside. Someone ...
... around Cordoba itself and have decided that we both rather like it here: enough culture to feel like a 'proper' tourist destination, but plenty of local colour and people just living their lives to make it real too. We´ve taken in the beautifully renovated Jesuit Crypt and some other buildings of note and have just enjoyed a good menu del dia at a modest place near the Jesuit block. Now, a few hours to kill before our night bus leaves. Wikipedia beckons... ...