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... next is what moved me so deeply. Other guys came around him, hugged him and applauded him. And this happened each time any one of the guys stood up. It was apparent that they all felt so supported by one another and I wondered what my friends in America would do given the same situation. It was a very different cultural experience than a field trip that we have in the States.
On Thursday we all skipped school and hung out to watch the opening ...
... Tears were very close to the surface at the enormity of man's inhumanity to man. Walking through that space... that same space where so many were tortured... was chilling.
I walked down to Nueva Córdoba (New Cordoba) to see the Paseo del Buen Pastor (Promenade of the Good Shepherd). This is a cultural center and performance space that was originally built in 1901 as a combined chapel, monastery and women's prison. It's been a ...
... just serve burgers, pizzas, pasta, unless you are lucky
enough to find an asado or a really good steakhouse! We were staying in
our dorm with 2 english girls + a really nice belguim guy! So after
dinner we all seat in the bar for the night drinking + chatting!
Next day, we had a really lazy day! We had a nap after breakfast, before
motivating ourselves to take a wander around town! Cordoba is a really
busy city + had a really good vibe to it! ...
... need. We had no other choice but to return to the room and try to rest. Kory spent a lot of the day resting and I got my blog up to date and researched my next adventure following the completion of this one. Thankfully we had plenty of oatmeal to snack on and quieten our growling tummies.
As I trawled the internet for volunteer opportunities in South America, I read many women's health projects in the area. Although they ...
... on the way out of town and stocked up for the day. We presumed that there might be no facilities at all as we crossed the flat, barren landscape of desert and salt plain.
The storm had amounted to little more than a patter of rain but the sky remained grey and ominous. The road was fairly busy and again, there was no hard shoulder or extra room for cyclists. Thankfully everyone gave us lots of space and often passed us with a ...