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Travel Blogs from Cordoba
Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina. It was quite strange being back in a proper city again. After leaving the piece and quiet of the estancia, it was a big change. We did t really get up to much, people were happy just to wander. We went for an amazing dinner at an Italian restaurant called La mamma. It was pricey for pasta in Argentina, but it was very good. Next day was an early start, 5:30am. We are on our way to ...
... the other guests. In saying that, where we were staying was heaven after camping in the rain the night before. The estancia has hot water and clean toilets and an amazing BBQ area. The first evening we did some wine tasting of some local wines and then went off to the games room (tambo) where we had some chicken arribiatta pasta. The next day was our first riding day. My horse was called white face. We rose around the property, fairly cruisy. At one point ...
... br> song it was! All the packed instuments were unpacked + by the looks of
things the party was only started! Oh ya, half way through our first
drinks, we realised we had gate crashed some auld fellas birthday! Oh
well! Once the sing song got going, there was no stopping them!
Obviously, the songs were all in spanish, so we didn`t understand the,
but the music was savage! Argentinian folk music is very similair to
Irish trad, except the play ...
... to lurch the car forward inch by inch, eventually cutting off the flow of Argentines and out into the street, where I promptly took first gear to its highest RPM before changing into second.
Difficulty in getting out of the city was compounded by the fact that the GPS we had rented for fifty pesos was not functioning. In between laughing at the shaking car, the ridiculously high-revving engine, and the sweat forming on my brow, Jessica had to navigate ...
... to find all these hidden places. They have several squares full of
interesting European style buildings. There is a river here that is not full of water or nice, but has some history in that the Jesuit's built it 400 years ago. Well they didn't build the river, but they
built the blocks and bridges that form where the river runs and give it character. My second day, I watched a few movies movies and had a ...