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... structure meeting in the centre of this public area. The first feature is a dog with four breasts giving life milk to two human suckling babies. The head of the dog juts out of the piece. The second feature is bland, overarching concrete blocks soaking in a pool and flowing like the others to meet in the merky green heart of the plaza. When I get back to the hostel Bruno is out the front. He sees me, laughs and starts doing a nightwalker/zombie walking motion. It was exactly how I ...
... returning to catch the bus.
Back in Cordoba, we bought our bus tickets to travel to Buenos Aires the next day (another 10 hour journey) and then had an awful dinner at a local greasy spoon. We returned to our hostel to pack our bags and watch another DVD and quaff a bottle of red before bedtime.
We will report again from Buenos Aires!
Lots of love to everyone
Lyndsey & Martin
... br> (I know of one person who has a similar and probably greater effect - my old housemate Dan, who somehow had my mother swooning over how charming he was after he'd drunkenly called my home at 3am and woken her up)
So as we arrived in Cordoba and waited to meet Martha, I wasn't nervous at all. Hannah's friend Vanesa had kindly arranged for us to stay at her mum's house, in the suburbs of Cordoba, and we were keenly anticipating the home ...
... I'd opted for full cama service, which means your seat is in effect a bed as per first class in an aeroplane - I arrived. Although I could have walked to the hostel I opted instead for a taxi. There then followed a very strange conversation (in Spanish) between me and the driver, all based around me being from the UK, the controversy over the Falklands (Las Islas Malvinas), the fact that he didn't have an issue with any of this as he was more ...
... a wide range of time periods and genres from modernist to more traditional landscapes. On the whole there was more than one piece I wanted to take home though!
Finally on the tour was the ‘Paseo Buen Pastor’, which is overlooked by the spectacular ‘Iglesia De Los Capuchinos’. Originally a women’s prison it is now a large shopping complex! However, the square has a beautiful fountain with ...