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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 ...
... If you've ridden the subway in New York you have an idea of what the announcement sounds like---totally unintelligible. So for the next hour we practice listening to see if we can pick out any of the words we're hearing. We do finally make it on the bus and the rest is so easy. We watch a movie, take an ambien, and when we wake up we're in Cordoba. Our two tickets were $345 pesos, about $70 and we saved a night's lodging. This is the first we've ridden ...
... caminando a la casa de Pipo con mi hermana. Había 10 de nosotros alla. A las 5 a la mañana comenzaron a algunos fuegos artificiales y las chicas estaban gritando. Entonces tuve una interesante caminata casa a las 7 a la mañana con los chicos.
El 25 dormí hasta las 17:00 luego mi familia de mi mama fui a mi casa por la cumple de mi abuelos, así que tuvimos la cena, fuegos artificiales y que ...
... up to get going by 6.
Still feel ****, but less hungover!
Long drive again, with a stop at the most run down shop i've seen for a
bit, no change for my big bank notes so back to my cupboard to find a
cuppa soup & crackers for lunch.
Drive in afternoon was filled with Dolly Parton & Kate Bush as its Lucys 26th birthday and she's taken over the stereo!
Camping in a field behind a church, the locals even said it was ok for once!