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out to be a day of disappointments. We walked up to the minibus station to
catch one to the nearby town of Alta Gracia. The bus was of course half an hour
late leaving but we were not pressed for time. We arrived at the town expecting
it to be a small village but instead it was a very sizable place. We stayed on
the bus until it reached its final destination which was the ...
... alta gracia was way smaller than villa carlos paz so there was nothing, meaning we had to go back to cordoba anyway. We tried to store our bags at the bus station but the people didn't let us which meant a 12 block up hill walk to the museum with all of our stuff. When we arrived at che guvara's house we were greeted by a really friendly guy who let us leave our bags under his desk while we checked out the house.
For those who dont know who he was, he was kind ...
... to the town it looked more beautiful than we imagined. It definitely is a little touristy but the whole town seems like out of a postcard. After strolling through the town a little bit, we got a bite to eat at Cafe Rissen and then took an hour bus ride to La Cumbrecita. Cumbrecita is a town nestled in the Sierra Hills west of Villa ...
... is Che's 'hood'. He was brought here to live in order to ease his asthma from the city air of Rosario. His house, now a museum, was a pleasant peruse. Some great photos that have not been seen elsewhere. My, what a handsome revolutionary he was (twinkle twinkle).
From there we explored using a refeshingly good tourist map coupled with truthful road signs finding the old Jesuit mission. A ...
... thing anyway so one might say it was the right size for me! Anyhoo we got a pizza base and bought a few toppings to put on it - cardboard is all I can describe it as. Ror ate it but I made do with a hot cup and a packet of oreos (we are very partial to an oreo since this trip began!) and we settled in to watch a movie in our cozy little cabin!
Ror was dying to try horse riding - I wasn't but said that I would push myself and go for it. Tom organised a ...