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To save such a long trip between Mendoza, and Buenos Aires, I decided to stop off at a little college town called Cordova. There is nothing much to do in the town during the day, besides a nice church to check out and from what we found, a lot of **** restaurants. We kept getting recommended places but could either not find them or they were closed …
15/6/14 There is a good novel in last night I just can't write it now. it's like this is not the greatest story in the world, this is just a tribute. That's for another blog, what follows is the events of the day after. Sitting on one of many over crossing bridges. Water runs through this place. A long stretch of water in a wide canal. I sit above looking at the cascading ripples. Sunlight shimmers through the over hanging greenery. The water is only a footstep deep. I sit and try ...
... ranging from intriguing photography displays to a wall sculpture that caught my eye (see photos). At the top of the building there was an unusual set of kinetic sculptures and finally a less impressive collection of etchings on the very top floor.
All the levels offered something different and it was a really brilliant way to spend a few hours out of the baking sunshine (not that I'm complaining, I love it). Free Wednesday made it that much sweeter too.
... was a really good city to be in, after chatting to Maria we ended up going to her friends birthday party and having a very random and interesting night out with some locals.
Only downside of the entire stay was the long bus to Mendoza, about 10 hours.
This is a city I'd love to return to one day, perhaps to do some volunteer work on learn Spanish
... houses for free. Sleeping on couches, mattresses, beds or hammocks. Doesn't really matter, as long as it is safe and free. Wonderful start for me so far in Argentina. Staying with David in Salta, and now moving into Nicholas's apartment in the middle of central Cordoba. All on a days notice. Nico and I got to know each other over a mug of hot and strong black coffee, exactly what I needed before Martin came back to pick me up for the birthday party.