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... but our Law doctorate student was very arrogant and pretentious. We have definitely found that the Argentinean’s have a self-centred arrogant streak especially the ones from BA. In the evening we struggled to find anywhere to eat as we were trying to eat around 8pm and it was still too early for a lot of places. At 9pm we went to a beginners Tango class in the old town hall and it was really good. It’s definitely hard to learn ...
... 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!
... pastries) and Fernet with coke (an alcohol from Italy that Argentina has claimed as it's own).
Also last week, I met a lot of people from couch surfing, including a Unitied Statian named Lauren. We visited art museums, churches and hung out at Paseo de Bueno Pastor, which used to be a women's prison but in recent years was renovated in to an art and cultural hub. Bueno Pastor also boasts a brilliant water feature that has "dancing water shows", which we ...
... entertainment whilst waiting to board!!
So....finally arrived in Cordoba and was picked up by the even more beautiful Cande.....even her name sounds like Candy....like anyone needs to rub it in!!! and was brought to meet the lovely Romero family!!
Have had a lovely time with them so far but must get up and go have more fun so will blog later to introduce them and they're lovely little quirks!!!
... have been fine, but the accents of the people
here is really strong and the guide talked so fast I don’t think I got even 10% of what he said. It was still really interesting to see the museum though. It contained a lot of old maps and books. The church was also beautiful, although there was an old man sitting in the back snoring away which was distracting in a funny way.
The highlight of my time in Cordoba was as follows. The girl that ...