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... for a hike along a river and saw a lovely waterfall. Dad was a right trooper hiking as much as he could with his foot still in a support boot. We had prepared a small picnic the previous evening and sat by the river making sandwich between us, it was really very lovely. After a couple of days in Córdoba we were ready to head to pastures new and booked another night bus to Mendoza, dad and I had seats at the front of the bus so were able to enjoy a great view until bedtime ...
... increfible. I recommend you all do one! We chose to do it here as it was very cheap (1400 pesos/£90) and although the safety brief and instructions felt a bit rushed and not very clear, we both made it down alive and that's all that matters right?!●Park SarmientoA huge public space with lots of different areas which is lovely for an afternoon walk. Rob got pooped on by a bird! hahahaha!
★Notes★●They do not have ...
... meet up with two Argentinian friends of hers.
I've been up to other things, but those are the highlights.
Unfortunately I can't upload any pictures right now, but I will as soon as I can.
I'm not sure when I'm leaving Cordoba exactly, but I will be heading to Brazil next week sometime. I'm keen to get to a place where I can speak the language!
That's all for now. Missing you people back home, please keep in contact with me on Facebook =)
... When jumping, sit at the edge of the door, put your legs to the right to avoid the plane wheel, and cross your arms over your chest. Immediately after the jump, arch your back up into a banana shape. ®Like this, not this!® He exclaimed, demonstrating the movement. ®Got it? Good!®
I repeated the instructions to myself over and over to be sure to remember. Don't want to mess this up! He told Sandra and me that we would be first. Thank god!! ...
... and his pack only to find another stray dog ripping a ducks head off. Pretty grim.
Cordoba does have some really stunning churches and architecture but unfortunately that does not make up for this filthy, boring city full of stray rabied dogs! We did however meet (or re-meet should I say) Mathilde and Trine, 2 lovely Danish girls that we first met in Iguazu. ...