Crowne Plaza Cordoba - San Miguel
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... raining and there were no buses back. Eventually we got a hitch down the mountain (in a really cool old green car thing) and we were sodden. They mustve took pity on us.
The following day, after being house bound all morning due to the heavy rain and storm, we went to a village called Ville General Belgrano 70k south of the city. It was very surreal. It had a strong German herritage which the tourism industry had eaten into. There were artisan beer ...
... sometimes lost - sometimes not). I looked at the different neighborhoods and realized I was living (for now) in a pretty bad area (centrally located - but...).
When I returned to the hostel - I had a hard time remembering which door!!! Once inside the owner's daughter (who also lives there) wanted to speak with me about the misunderstandings and let me know that she would help me going forward. This made Celeste none to pleased and in ...
... such enthusiasm for meat. Sweets, chocolate, or maybe fruit, but chunks of meat no. It definitely wasn't too much of a hardship giving her some of the meat from our plate as one of the other real characters at the hostel was a Columbian guy called Miller who loved to feed us. It didn't matter if we had just got back from going out for dinner or if we were waiting for the barbecue to be ready at the hostel, without fail Miller would put a massive plate of meat, ...
... hill he would trip on his front feet and hit the ground face first. Not sure how but I managed to jump off in the process and avoided landing face first myself onto some of the rocks. Oh, and avoid my horse rolling on me. All part of the experience I guess.
Anyway, I will put some photos up when I get a change.
... Jewish Hebrew) blessing the wine just like at home.
At dinner I got to meet a Paraguaian Jewish family who made their way to visit 3 kids living in Argentina now. We had a ball getting to know each other, especially with the Mum who randomly used Yiddish words which I have been hearing all round the ...