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... hours for another bus. AAAHHHHH!
The bus came and we made it to Cordoba safely. We treated ourself to a Middle Eastern supper at La Zete. It was absolutely amazing and only $15usd each.
On Friday I took the 15hr bus from Cordoba back to Montevideo and arrived safely at Isla Verde on Saturday afternoon.
Ok enough with the words. Here are the moments Lorena and I captured. Enjoy!
... day vs night. Let’s go conquer this charming city then.
Sunday night I would have expected no so many people around… wrong! This city is full of people, vibes and energy every moment of the day/night and every day of the year. Cordoba is the university city of Argentina so there are students everywhere, anytime and it gives to the city a special atmosphere and “a lot of stuff” going on. The center can be seen in one afternoon but ...
... told about Evita and that they loved her and shown a detention centre. Here people were kidnapped and just generally made to disappear all due to political differences. This particular detention centre was underneath a police station and the only reason it was found was because a few survivors could remember hearing cheering from the stadium. They then said they had a bathroom in the underground section they were held hostage and the policeman said there ...
... home to several
catherals + churches, each one as nice + as extravagant as the next!
Argentina is a massive catholic country + possible even more so now with
the new pope! His face is on every magazine! People even wear badges
with his face on them! Brilliant! That night the hostel put on Meatloaf +
rice, really tasty! We decided to hit the town tonight! We had read
there is a really good street full of bars, so we hit for there! We
... just got our bearings and walked around the main points of interest. We visited an old police station where they used to detain and torture protestors before eventually taking them away and killing them! This was in the 80's when there were big uprisings against the dictatorship that the country was under. You got to go in the cells and there was a room of all the missing people who ...