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... of the Polica of Cordoba during Argentina's military dictatorship of 1976-1983. It focussed on the atrocities of the so-called Dirty War, including the disappearance of many - in particular, a great many pregnant women disappeared, whose children were then given to members of the army to look after as their own. Now, there is a group called the Abuelas de Plaza de Mayo, or 'Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo', who are trying to trackdown their grandchildren - the children of their ...
... spirit that was stirring within young Ernesto. This exhilarating energy brought the history to life a little bit, and needless to say, I was in history nerd heaven.
And then, I got pretty close to actual heaven. Further up the road from Che's house, there is a gorgeous shrine to Our Lady of Lourdes that replicates the actual shine in Lourdes, France. Built into a grotto in the side of a mountain, the natural beauty, mixed with the reverent, prayerful atmosphere, creates a ...
... to Argentina in the 1800's). The village considers itself to be an "eco village" and places much emphasis on preserving the environment by keeping the land litter free and the air clean. It also claims the crown of "first car free village" in Argentina, a fact which unfortunately no longer seems to hold true since it only took a short 15mins walk through the village to spot at least 3 cars driving around. Nevertheless the place is charming ...
... in. We enviously walked past the very large and very closed swimming pool, and I wished it was later in the season so that I could go for a dip as even though it’s still spring time it was nearly 30 degrees! Instead, cresting the hill I discovered a wonderful view of the town, glimpsed through the trees. Dragging ourselves from this peaceful park to continue with the sightseeing, had I been in Cordoba for longer I think I would ...
... who else would have sat there as
this is where the watched to see who was coming from Cordoba.
We then drove 10minutes to La Bolsa to Patricia's country house which is set
overlooking the river below. It was so quiet and peaceful and we just
wanted to stay there, particually after we went down to the river and
sat on the ...