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A couple weeks ago Lorena, my Italian friend and I went on a little trip to Central Argentina. We camped in a National Park near Cordoba. The trip was AMAZING and we saw many cool things. The highlight of our trip was seeing the condors in the gorge. For those who do not know condors are the largest flying birds in the world. They weigh up to 26lbs, have a wingspan of 6-9ft and can soar in the air for hours ...
... often, it’s about time too. Happy I did Buenos Aires first and now more central and calmer cities to think more about my time-off, my plans and where I want to go.
Perfect mindset for the next 10 hours on the bus (even if I know I will fall asleep in 10 mins once in that “cama” confortable seat)
Goodbye Cordoba, “encantado” to meet you!
Next stop Mendoza. Wine, excursions, nature and my first horse ...
Breakfast in the hostel was not very exciting, the bread was quite nice and that was practially all you got (that was edible). Danielle found vegimite which she loves a lot, but the other girls cant even stand the smell. Its the same as marmite. We all went to the bus station together and on the way stopped for coffee (which is usually terrible in south america, and this time was really bad) and ice cream. I had a ball of dulce de leche which is the thing everybody eats all the ...
... kebabs, bread, salad,
all you could eat, along with drinks! We shared it with a really nice
Spanish couple + a german girl Monja, who had just arrived from Bolivia,
where she was robbed! Poor girl! It was really nice to sit around after
dinner + chat, hear other peoples travel stories + reccomendations!
Around 12ish people started to sneak off to bed, but
not us! Broc + the guy Sebastian, who made dinner stayed up drinking!
We went next door ...
... seem to do. Don´t ask me what it is, I thought at the start it was to cover the measly bit of dried and stale bread that they give you before but after yesterday´s charge I don´t have a clue what it is. Wolfgang seemed to think it is a charge for using the cutlery! Unbelievable if that´s right - a restaurant charging to use its cutlery. We´ll bring our own next time. Anyway, we had raviolli and free soup at this locals eating joint. Not bad.