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... the set up has the rack right where your hands go to pick the bar up. Crazy set up and just not right. So it didnt take long to change to a different exercise and we cruise through a solid session hitting all areas doing our best with the limited resources. By the time we had finished, the gym was packed and we head back to the hostel for a protein feast of chicken, eggs and chickpeas. We head back to the room, catch a few movies before crashing out late as no early start needed ...
... is a whole different ball game. There are parts of me everyday that want to go home, and then there are parts of my life here that make me never want to return. The people here and at home are huge factors in both of these. Seeing that I have 54 days until I arrive back in Jackson Hole, WY-O I know I need to keep learning ,noticing and thinking. And of course practicing spanish.
If you got to the end of this, you're a trooper.
... back behind the altar. Those stairs allow access to a small room behind the altar which, during services, is where the monks sit separate from the congregants. The monks access the room by their own separate stairs.
Lastly I went to the Palacio Ferrerya. Originally built in 1914 as a private residence (or rather a private mansion) it is now a fine arts museum.
That made for a pretty full day and I headed for home for dinner and bed.
... super talented guitarists but I made some amazing suggestions, so now I'm down with the cool kids.....the only song that was off limits... the White Stripes 'Seven Nation Army'....I think anyone who lived in/visited our house during Fabian's formative musical years will understand my pain!! :)
Anyways, I survived another work week relatively unscathed......then came the weekend!!!
One thing I've learned about Argentinean people is that they like to ...
... southwest of Cordoba called Alta Gracia to visit the house and museum of Che Guevara and some Jesuit missions.
Che Guevara´s house was pretty interesting and was just filled with photos and memorabilia - though I spent most of the time reading a clear file of information about Che´s live though because it was more interesting than the museum!
The Jesuit Missions were nothing ...