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Tis even geleden, maar hierbij weer een update van onze reis door latin america! Ook nog even de beste wensen voor iedereen voor 2011. Dat het voor iedereen maar een mooi jaartje mag worden!
De korte versie: Met ons gaat het goed! Wij hebben het nieuwe jaar in ieder geval goed ingeluid in Buenos Aires en …
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 …
... We were so lucky that we hailed down a ute of a couple who were heading to the same spot. it turned out amazing, and because its impossible to find there was nobody there. like i said i'll tell whoever asks the whole story when i return.
i was reunited with Mauricio and Chris from my stay in mendoza and also met some more amazing people that i hope to meet again somewhere.
just enjoy the photos
... in directions. So instead of the name of the road they will say go 3 blocks then it’s half a block on your left. Confusing at first but now we are used to it and it makes sense as you don’t have to remember street names. We decided to only stay 2 nights as we want to save time for the mountains & Patagonia. We spent the day wandering around the old centro area and it was pretty cool. The Cathedral is really pretty. The outside is ...
Our primary reason for visiting Cordoba was to make the short journey out of town to Alta Gracia to visit the Che Guevara museum which is based in his childhood home. We've been reading a lot about Che recently so thought it was worth a visit. Che was born in Rosario but his parents moved to Alta Gracia when he was still young in the hope of finding a climate that would help with his asthma which was quite severe. The climate is hot and dry with hardly any ...