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Travel Blogs from Cordoba
... and museums. Again I met some great people from all around the world and we had an absolute blast. Iīve 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!
... evening. Basically it's a combination of music, lights and moving water.
Last weekend was a hoot! I went to a club called Zen, an alternative and gay friendly bar with a group from couch surfing. My favorite part was the dancing performances by the drag queens, they were absolutely brilliant. Afterwards I stayed at a friends house, Christian, which brings a funny story... So I feel asleep on the couch and woke up in a strangers bedroom hugging a teddy bear. I was ...
... stretch my arms out wide. I was reluctant to let go of myself but did it anyway. He waved the camera at me and I couldn't even look-- I was transfixed on the ground. I thought I should try for a smile so as not to look absolutely terrified on film, but I'm sure I only managed a ridiculous gaping look of amazement. It was so windy and so loud and fast, even with the goggles on it was hard to keep my eyes open.
Then with a sharp jerk up, ...
After the long day in the bus we felt like eating some nice food in
Cordoba. Unfortunately, Cordoba didn't turn out to be a place to find
nice restaurants at. The only restaurants we found were pubs serving
beer and pizza. So we adapted.
On the following day we went to Alta
Gracia - a town close to Cordoba. There we visited the museum of Che
Guevara,which is located within his ...
... more so in Cordoba. And since there evidently isnīt any "scoop the poop" law this means constantly being careful where you tread! Nueva Cordoba has wide streets, parks, and lots of cafes, bars and clubs. There is also a nice stone canal lined with acacia trees which you can follow from one end of the city to the other.
Incredibly hot here too, although a massive thunderstorm the night I arrived has cooled things down a ...