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... wasnt that interesting apart from a museum with handwritten poetry, including that of Frances Bacon from St Albans ...?!?! and a maze.The evening was spent having a bbq, drinking wine and listening to music in the beautiful setting of our campground. Life is guuuurd.
And finally, to Mendoza. We have waited 2 and a half months to get here, and have been looking forward to it since we booked the trip back in October last year. Time for wine, mountains, and more wine! ...
... at his house. I thought that was very interesting that they were relatives. Next, Annlia took me to a stunning church!!! It's called La Iglesias de Los Capuchinos, aka Iglesia de la Sagrado Corazon. This is the church where Sara got married, it's beautiful and had amazing architecture, it was constructed 1926-1934. We actually got to go inside and look around and it was so detailed everywhere from the ceilings to the walls to the glass windows! Definitely glad ...
... farms) on our travels. Very different to riding in a school we were navigating up and down steep hills, and overall the experience was exhilarating, until my horse sat down. That’s right, sat down. In the middle of the road. With me still riding. It was somewhat embarrassing. That situation dealt with we arrived back at the farm about 3 hours after we set off, a little wet, but mostly hungry and in good spirits.
And there ...
... Just like BA, things were still pumping. Assortments of college aged kids were patiently waiting in lines to enter clubs. When you are backpacking for long periods of time, you have the luxury of not rushing things. With this in mind, I decided to take the rest of the day and relax.
I spent the following couple of days exploring Cordoba’s many churches and parks. The city has a rich history, ...
... stuffed by the end of it and all waddled back to the hostel.
The following day we decided to wander around town, we had booked the overnight bus to take us to Cordoba but it wasn’t leaving until 9ish that evening, we were all getting pretty good vibes from the city but just didn’t have the time to spend any longer here. We went to a famous empanada (kind of like a pie) restaurant that was pretty good and served its purpose in killing the hangover ...