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... between cloudy and sunny. In the late afternoon we headed into the mountains. These were lush green hills with a bunch of winding roads. As we got to the other side of the pass, it became more dessert like. On route we stopped at a gas station that sold llama salami so we all tried that. We pulled up to camp around 20:00. We quickly set up camp and had ...
... powerful feeling the church held, I was moved by the humbleness, piousness, and passion of those who came there to worship or beg forgiveness. And so I was hooked. While Sam earned money on the streets of Córdoba, I lurked in the backs of churches, taking in that slice of beauty and peace, before stepping out into the bright light and fast pace of the city.
Beyond the churches and the CBD, we also explored the nearby park, which is supposed to be one of the biggest, or ...
... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else, both in the centre and at the bus station!
... del Sagrado Corazon, a beautiful neogothic church situated in the trendy Paseo del Buen Pastor, a large square filled with open air cafes, museums and cultural centres.
On our next day we learned about another historical period in the city's history, one much more recent and of a more troubling nature. We visited the museo de la memoria (museum of memory). In a small side street off the Plaza San Martin next to the city’s main cathedral it is housed in ...
... to stop completely. The bright green parachute soared above us and when I looked up I could see Sandra's pink one higher up. I was relieved and exhilarated, staring out over the miniature city. There were mountains beyond and miles and miles of green and yellow farm plots.
My instructor pointed out a few landmarks and flapped my arms to get me to relax. ¨Like a bird!¨ he shouted. It was so slow compared to the freefall, but still a bit freaky ...