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... lol, but seriously.. babes. The other nights i was pretty tired and went to sleep early (like 1 or 2) because i either walked around in museums all day or jumped in buses and went to rivers out of cordoba for the day.. they were all long. Including one were i returned to rio ceballos to find some waterfalls and it was soooo difficult as there are no signs at all and many intersections to make a 'left or ...
... fact that she was cutting off circulation in half of my body) just to rest a third of her body (she'd be charged for two seats on American airlines!)....and then followed this with pulling her top down (clearly missed lessons on discretion), taking out her ENTIRE boob (which was literally bigger than my head) and shoving it in her child's face...even though it wasn't that bothered!!! As if this wasn't uncomfortable enough, the child decided it wanted to stare at ...
... in my sleep and so many words floating in my brain, but what are they all. Somehow I do manage to recall the correct one when needed.
However, when in the street, I get by, and it is very seldom I canīt make myself understood.
Like last week I wanted to buy some fabric to make a horseshoe for a wedding I am going to.
Found a material shop, ...
We arrived in Cordoba at 9.30am on Wednesday 10 August. We had travelled there with Adam and another English guy we had met in Salta called Jenda, and the four of us checked into a hostel called Babilonia a few blocks from the city centre. The hostel was nice and very central, but again it was pretty quiet while we were there.
Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina behind Buenos Aires, and is very much a student city with seven universities ...
... to see the political process at work – signs, singing, chanting, noise, and hoopla – all amongst a darkened park filled with young people conversating, drinking mate, skateboarding and kicking soccer balls. We then walked towards the closed Avenida Hipocito Yrigoyen to find a massive stage with a “traditional” show-tune-like band. I think “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” was every other song. The rest was horrible, but ...