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... of trees. Right as the boy in front of me makes this severe turn, swinging me behind him, the girl behind me lets go of my hand. The line was moving fast enough for me, being the extreme athlete I am, to trip, letting go of the hand of the boy in front of me and go catapulting into the bushes and trees, rolling and bouncing like I was in a barrel the whole way. Somehow I managed to keep my eyes open the whole time to watch the world spin, people ...
... But he did have a few strange misconceptions about Europeans, Argentineans think that we don’t shower...like ever, I’m guessing that it’s route may be from our misconception about the French and eventually that spread to all Europeans? Perhaps I don’t know I’m just speculating. He seemed quite relieved when I asked to go for a shower after my long journey over night bus journey to Cordoba. For my first night, Lucas walked me into town, and ...
... 1645 and 1671. The designer was a former boat builder and they say he designed the roof to be made of cedar in the form of an inverted ship's hull. The Baroque altar and pulpit were carved from Paraguayan cedar.
The ceiling of the Capilla Doméstica, the Domestic Chapel (no I don't know why it's called that) was made from cowhide stretched over a skeleton of thick taguaro cane and painted with pigments composed partially of boiled ...
... we had warming pasta and wine and watched Clapton and the Rolling Stones on the telly. That night, we barely slept as a huge storm lashed the house all night and knocked out the power. In the morning, we got ready in the cold and dark and made our way back to cordoba - tired and chilly, but having had an adventurous weekend! I spend the day relaxing at Naty's flat, before the lovely Mariano collects me in his relic Citroen to take me to the bus station - such a gent! Next stop Buenos ...
... famous for its old university. Moreover,
there are a lot of nice churches. In the pedestrian area there is the so
called "Museum of Memory". It was made in remembrance of the many
disappeared people during the military dictatorship in Argentina. The
museum moved us since it showed recent history. It resembles the
European history. Another place we visited was the Park Sarmiento.