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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!
... the long-bus-trip and one last walk through Cordoba old center that reminds me Padova, where I studied for 5 years. All the bars with “special offers for students”, libraries open until late and full of people reading, talking, having fun and sometimes studying. It sounds like a jump back of 15 years (my god!)… saudade of that period but proud and happy of what I achieved during the last 15 years. Travelling is not only about places to go ...
... sat and watched dancing and singing in the stage, played cards and tested our strength in the game where you hit with a hammer and the emerging whizzes up the numbers. We met a bunch or Argentinian men here and had such a laugh with them, some were trying their luck some where telling us about their children but mostly it was just got banter! The food however was incredibly salty... We started to worry we would eat nothing because everything had a gallon of salt in ...
... nap! After napping, we hit out to have a wander around the
town! Theres not a whole lot to do here! Alot of people stop here
before hitting the Bolivian border (like us!) but then others do trips
to the countryside from here! Travelling by bus overland, you get to see
alot of countryside! All walked out, we hit back to our hostel for an
asado! The guy who does nights in the hostel puts it on for 60pesos per
person! It was really good, beef + ...
After getting up whenever we felt like it (pretty late then) we took our time getting packed up as we had a few hours to kill before our bus at 2 in the afternoon.
We went for dinner at a local diner. I think we should do that a lot more often as the food was pretty good and its a lot more cost effective than other tourist restaurants. For a start it doesn´t charge a ´cubierto´charge on top of all the food costs like all the more ...