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... and museums. Again I met some great people from all around the world and we had an absolute blast. I´ve also acquired a fellow Londoner as a travel buddy for the road to Bolivia - let the good times roll!
After our short stay in Cordoba I returned to Mendoza for a few wild days before heading off to Salta, I would have left Argentina sooner had it not been for a beautiful French girl who held me up... what an amazing time. Next stop Salta!
... to know that you were all right (bet you're even happier to have this in writing!) in telling me that there really is more to life!! :)
Sunshine & happiness aside, today, I'm having my induction and am currently experiencing the 'laid back' attitude of Argentina....ie I'll give you a vague timeline and arrive whenevs!! Mammy would do amazingly well over here!! I've been up and ready since 9 and it is 11:20 with no sign or phone call to say ...
... to find the grandparents from 400kms away were there, the other grandma, and all of Sarah's current host family. We had asado for lunch - salads and BBQ (first it was sausages, then ribs, then steak, then pork - all done on the BBQ). Then really nice ice cream (dulce de leche) and Whittakers Kiwifruit chocolate - which they all loved. Sarah was thrown in the pool - clothes and all by her two host dads because she got a photo with Perez from the Belgrano ...
So Easter weekend, like NZ is a 4day weekend but here it is no school thursday/friday.
This school week was one day adn was interesting.
Monday I had school and spanish.
Tuesday, left for the bus and my teatro teacher was at the bus stop, and looked at me, like you should be at school, not here, but i told her in spanish what I was doing, we made it to the end of the street and as turning hit a motorbike, so everything ...
I realise that most of my recent stories involve tales of drinking and partying till the early hours of the morning, so I am pleased to report that we visited Córdoba seeking a little more culture. The city is home to no less than seven universities, including the oldest in Argentina, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba. We went for a tour of this University, ...
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