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... that use coloured thread to make portraits. We
then visited the science museum which was looking a little bit tired. We then
had the very long walk back to our hostel but as we crossed the main plaza a
band was setting up to play so we decided to wait but they took so long that we
only listened to their first song before buying some empanadas for dinner at
Cordoba is one of the bigger cities in Argentina and we just stopped here really to have a break in between the ride from Salta to Mendoza, otherwise it would have been a 21 hour journey....not so much fun!!
We spent a day walking around the city and eating more delicious foods and we also took a bus ride and went for a day out in the neighboring city Alta Gracia where Che grew up.
Unfortunately two days ago a ton of volunteers left back to their home and all these volunteers happened to be my closest friends and my roommate! :/ Before they all left we got a big group of us together and went out to eat and spent the whole night talking and having a good time. Many of the volunteers had a flight early in the morning the next day so they just stayed out until they had to start heading to the ...
... flight is complete and my excitement level is rising as my anxieties are waning, good news! Though that might just be the G&T. Two more flights to go!
Santiago airport, Chile 13/03/2013 11.11 (local time) no idea what that is GMT
I MADE IT TO SOUTH AMERICA! And it looks like everything is running smoothly and my big worry did not come true, that I would miss my flights due to delays. I'm just hoping my baggage arrives in Cordoba.
... exhibition on as well which was an added bonus, and amongst the collection we also saw some philosophical works which it was suggested were catalytic in Argentina actively seeking its independence from Spain.
Next door was the Colegio Monserrat which has its own guided tours, but our guide briefly explained that it is one of the oldest and most prestigious schools in the country, and is celebrating its 400th ...