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Arghh. The alarm was set for 4:15am as our lift was coming to get us to take us to the rally at 5. We waited in the lobby for about 15 minutes and watched a crowd of people exit before us all wearing differently branded rally attire. Seems like this is big business. Our bus came and got us and we drove around town picking up a bunch of different people. It was an hour and a half to 2 hours before we arrived at the rally ground, ie a dirt road in the middle of absolutely nowhere.
From Mendoza, a sleepy 8 hour bus ride brought me to the streets of Cordoba. Famous for its universities and museums, it is the second largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires. The first night or two was spent in a hostel toward the north of the centre. I don't mind a hostel stay once in a while but I must admit that I have become so accustomed to CouchSurfing that sometimes it can feel a bit dry. Talking English with Aussie and ...
... sooo good! On the way home, we decided to take a taxi since we were tired and full. As we were leaving, our cab was pulled over by a cop car. I have no idea what they were saying, and we almost ran into a bit of a problem since neither one of us had our passports on us. Luckily, we had the ipad with us and I had a scanned copy of them saved to my email so everything was all good! Whew!
Here’s to hoping something is open ...
... 8217;s house for those of you without the expert grasp of Spanish I have developed). The museum was good and gave lots of information about Che’s early life as it was set in one of his childhood homes. I spent a lot of time comparing my new beard to his and was pleased to notice he had a similar uneven growth to mine. With revolution in our hearts, we ventured back to the hostel to chill before our next overnight bus ride to Mendoza, where we would be meeting Odge and ...
... cities like Salta. Head to Córdoba when there is a major event happening (I went during el Día de la Memoria) and you get an even stronger sense of the city’s politics.
Here are my ten favourite things to do in Córdoba:
Number 10: Iglesia Catedral
This is a cathedral (Plaza San Martín) that took more than 200 years to build. As a result, different parts follow different architectural ...