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Once I got the German boys to shut off their awful jazz and
rap music was able to sleep as well as the cheap saggy mattress allowed – the blackout
Didn’t have a great deal of success trying to see the Manzana,
the Jesuit complex, as the minimum was 2 people. Headed off to hunt down a book
exchange but no luck their either and was foiled by the art museum – gave up
and headed to the super to ...
Cordoba is Argentina's second biggest city in terms of population but also its oldest and most historic. It was founded in 1573 by Spanish settlers who named it Cordoba de la Nueva Andalucia, after the Spanish city of the same name. It owes its historic richness to the Jesuits, the old religious order who moved to the city in 1599 at the height of the Spanish's conquest of South America. Walking around the city centre we noticed the abundance of churches, seemingly present ...
... to have a bit of London comfort as I take in the sights! That evening Naty prepares a traditional meal for Good Friday, and her auntie and friend from work, Mariano, join us. Naty's family is of Italian decent, and the meal, which is a gorgeous fondu with vegetables, is a Good Friday tradition in her family. We polish that off, and then Naty, Mariano and I head out for a spin in his retro Citroen. We relive the sights by night, including a photography lesson from Mariano - who is ...
... Argentinian politics. None of the people we speak to are at all enamoured of the current president.
So having visited many of the most important places on the first day we found ourselves with a day to be laid back so we joined a tour out into the hills north of the city which, while it visited nothing of specific importance, gave us a useful idea of how Argentinians holiday. Lots of 'cabanas' to rent, lots of camp sites, ...
... the all you can drink claim until they ran out. Still not satisfied, me and Barry (Scouse living in Australia-wierd accent) found another giant bottle in a basket and got through that – no idea how long that would have been there but it was free! Was about 1.30 and tempted to go out as was Friday night, but no one else really up for it, and had to be up at 9 for the Skydive so just went to bed… Woke up reasonably fresh although with a wine headache and cooked ...