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... food (corn), drove some more, had more Mate, then some ice cream, visited a market and finished the evening by discussing the state of the Argentine Economy over a food board (meats, cheeses and olives) at the market. They dropped us back to the Hostel, we were asleep by 9.30. On our final day in Cordoba we managed to ask for our bus ticket entirely in Spanish. We are getting there. Had some fish at ...
... up some tables and are intent on their strategies. Although it's sunny, the air is chilly - it is early winter, after all - and warm jackets are the order of the day. Above them on his lofty perch, Jerónimo Luis de Cabrera - the founder of Córdoba - keeps watch on their manoeuvring schemes and dreams of more worthy opponents than a bunch of messy pigeons. We find ourselves in the courtyard of the Compañía de Jesus Church - dating from 1645 the Church is the oldest one in ...