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... as the weather was awful. We werent interested in seeing the city although we did still spend one day exploring it, and it had a very student feel.The following day we took a bus out to the nearby National Park 'Condorito', hoping to see some Condors. (Huge birds). However it was like me in the Blue Mountains of Sydney all over again - it was so high up that by the time we got there it was thick fog and we couldnt see a thing. And the park was closed. It ...
Today was a pretty eventful day even though I just stayed around the center of Cordoba. First I woke up and chatted a while with Sara, after that I went with her to run some errands. She took me to the main hospital in the city because she had to pick up some paperwork, it was very huge and nice!! It was a lot like the hospitals in the United States just made out of an older building structure. After that we went to the bank and the super market. It started raining a bit so ...
... of sweets, I’ve had the chance to try several traditional deserts since my stay here. Queso con Dulce de Membrillo is Cheese with Quince Jelly, eaten alone or on a cracker, and is sweet and refreshing. And then we’re back to Dulce de Leche: Flan (like cold, set caramel custard) is very common, and frequently served with a generous helping of Dulce de Leche. Also traditionally Argentinian are Alfajores, which are made in ...
... was a visit to the city’s surrounding desert. The majority of the trip was spent on the bus, which was a bit of a disappointment. The scenery however, was beautiful, making the trip more then worthwhile.
The following day, I signed up for a wine and bike tour. The entirety of the trip consisted of a bunch of drunk gringos riding from vineyard to vineyard in search of there next free glass of ...
... saw the obligatory churches. Later in the afternoon we met back up with Darren and Noreen and decided to revive the 10 pin bowling hunt, duly found a place and I kicked everyone’s butts, so good news all around.
Decided to head out of town to the birth place of Erensto (Che) Guevara which is in a small town called Alta Garcia and only 35 km from Cordoba, the hostel put on trips but their price for one of us was more than the cost of 4 doing it independently. ...