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... a whole community. They had a lot of 18th and 19th century items on display here and our guide spoke very good English. After this we only had to travel a few kilometres to the next one which was a lot more basic as it was the oldest. The acoustics in the choir loft of the church were very good. After our visit we were taken just down the road to a nearby parrilla, a BBQ restaurant, that seemed to be the only place open ...
... could hear the Argentineans celebrating in the street. They are nuts about soccer and go celebrate even the smallest win. Itīs impressive to see. They will jump in their cars and convoy up and down the streets honking their horns.
After recovering I made myself a big feed of avocado on toast with scrambled eggs and salami (which turned out to be WAY too salty). Later that night we decided to head out to celebrate with the rest of the town. We found ...
... So as a challenge to myself, I was determined to find my own way there with a map in hand and to also get some exercise.
So on day one of navigating myself to Spanish lessons, I headed in the right direction until I couldn't find a certain street, then on day two I thought I would try a new route, but got myself completely lost (so both these days I had to catch taxi), but on day three I finally got myself there! As you can imagine, I was pretty proud ...
... blown concert!!
Eugenia (AKA 'the megaphone')
In all seriousness, I thought I could project but I ain't got nothin' on this lady!!! She rules with an iron fist and has that piercing tone which shuts the class up almost immediately........come to think of it, there's a strong possibility she is main cause of my hearing loss!!
It seems only sensible to follow their introductions with some gossip from the teachers room.......well, not so much gossip ...
... on the course...a family of owls, a scorpion and some very large hawks)!
One thing we found difficult to adjust to however was how late the locals eat. At 8pm we were famished after a day of sightseeing and ready to tuck into dinner but there was nothing open until at least 9pm. Even this was considered early and we often found ourselves eating dinner alone in an empty restaurant!