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... a decent tip. We bought some food in the local market for our dinner and spent the afternoon chilling out. After dinner we went for a few drinks and discussed what our next move would be. The nightlife in Cordoba didn't really get going till the weekend but it was only Tuesday so we had to decide whether we would stay till Friday or cut our losses and move on to Mendoza. After much debate we decided to go to Mendoza the following ...
... who were taken away from them. The toll during those 7 years was around 30,000 dead, 9000 missing, with over 500 children taken shortly after birth - I found all of these numbers staggering. Just over 100 of these children have contacted the organisation and have been reunited with their grandmothers.
Following the museum, we had to head back to the hostel for our bags to head to the bus terminal and Puerto Iguazu - our second last stop in Argentina, which is pretty ...
... formation of a Soviet style block (especially after the success of the Cuban socialist revolution) provided technical support and military aid to the Juntas in the region. In Argentina alone it is estimated that between 12,000 and 30,000 were killed or “disappeared” between 1976 and 1983.
The site has been preserved in its original condition so it is possible to walk around the facility and inspect the cells while you read several witness accounts of ...
... home at roughly 5am, needing sleep before heading to the countryside he next day - Argentinian life is taking it out of me! The next day we have a mad rush to make it to the bus station in time to catch our ride to La Cumbrecita. We meet Naty's friend, Daniella at the bus stop in the knick of time, but are told that there are no more tickets to La Cumbrecita from our connecting destination. Being British, that would have been the end of that then for me, but the girls decided we should ...
... it to the bus which was late. What a relief!
Once again the bus took us to the argentinian border. This time the
border crossing was around 2am which made it much more of a pain than
Although the bus was delayed, we arrived vers early in the
morning. One must know that we aren't good at getting up early. We were
fast asleep when everybody else had already left the bus. ...