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They have these weird Chubb style room keys in Argentina, with teeth on both sides and running horizontally – more secure than normal keys as always have to double lock, but very noisy as can’t tell which way up to put them in – frustrated rattling at all hours, along with everything else!
But that was the least of my problems as the puppy downstairs started barking continually from 7am ...
... de leche on top and melted. Dulce de leche is really popular here and is really sickly, sticky and sweet, made from condensed milk. Esteban took us to see his cousin's graduation (we waited outside) which involves all the graduates getting soaked with wine, beer, slime, flour. They then wash it off and do it again. It's pretty funny and obviously so different from gowns and hats. We continued the celebration by going to a restaurant with his ...
... we missed that bus. But what an incredible difference a day makes - we looked out the window to see blazing sunshine and stunning red and brown mountains towering over the town. The owners of the hostel, who hadn't been there the previous night, gave us breakfast and told us that we didn't have to pay because of our misery last night. We left our bags there until the 2pm bus, and went off to grab lunch and hike to a viewpoint above the town.
The town had a real cowboy ...
... that we were both really looking forward to.
Basically the main university in Cordoba has a really good museum that gives English speaking guided tours, covering most of Argentinean history. I felt I hadn’t really been able to learn masses about Argentina’s history because of the language barrier so I was hoping this would fill the gap. Well, history kind of got in the way of that. Basically a protest had been in arranged in Cordoba to ...
... we´ve heard. The falls are seperated by lush greenery and wildlife
which make use of the falls like Bondi hipsters on a summers day. Monkey´s swinging in
the trees, coyotes scavenging for food, birds the colours of a rainbow
and fat Brazilian tourists posing for photos and unahemdly snogging and taking up every path in sight. You hear about places and you feel as if you know them, but with Iguazu it isnt possibl for it to disappoint.
Other places to stay in Tafi del Valle
Av. Gobernador Critto 540, Tafi del Valle | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Ruta Provincal 325 Km. 13, Tafi del Valle | 3 star hotelfrom $98
Ruta Provincial 307, Tafi del Valle | Hotelfrom $92
Av. De Los Jesuitas s/n, Tafi del Valle | Hotelfrom $205