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... the other place so we got on with it. If you are ever booking a hostel/hotel etc through booking.com I'd take other guests reviews with a pinch of salt. Half the time when a hostel is described as a 'party hostel' its the complete opposite. This was no exception. I'd say there was a grand total of 5 people staying at the place. We decided we would do a free walking tour of Cordoba so we walked down to the main square and waited for ...
... 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 ...
... for underwear. Especially since I have no idea what sizes are here and I don't speak spanish!●It is perfectly normal to que for half an hour or so at the supermarket!●They have a food here called 'electronicos' which are basically hot dog toasties, weird●Eating al fresco style on the streets is nice except that you are harassed constantly by beggars, especially in Cordoba where the children trying to sell you stuff do not take no for an ...
... street corner. One of the main sites of interest is the Manzana Jesuitica (Jesuit block) which is classed as a Unesco world heritage site and contains both the country’s oldest church and its first university. We were given a tour around the complex by a professor who explained to us the history of the Jesuits in Cordoba and their influence on the city’s development. In 1767 they were expelled from the America’s by decree of King Charles III of Spain ...
... 9,000 feet seemed to take FOREVER. We watched the houses get smaller and smaller until we couldn't make them out hardly at all. When the time came, we got buckled into our instructors' harnesses and put on goggles, which fogged up immediately. I heard the pilot say something and then my instructor, a friendly, bald man in his late 50īs, reached over and openned the door to my left.
WHOOOOOOSH. The wind came rushing in and I focused ******* my ...