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Ahh, Cordoba, where to begin.
Without a doubt my favourite city so far, it has everything you need (that I need...), culture as well as a great nightlife! Which can be expected from a city of 300,000 plus students! Our visit was brief and so we allowed ourselves very little sleep. I got back from the club at 10am and after a few hours of precious rest made my way straight onto the walking tour, the guide/hostel manager/ historian managed to keep me ...
... work so I consoled myself the only way I know how......having a few drinks, playing pool, meeting some lovely people, listening to amazing live music....generally just being a social butterfly!! :)
As you can imagine, Riqui has now morphed into my tour guide, which has been amazing! I have to say I think he prefers this role to the translator/dictionary......I have quickly realized that I have become one of those annoying 'why?' children ...
... con leche. Not just tea with milk as we know it, a cup, tea bag and pot of steaming milk were delivered to the table, whereupon he poured the hot milk straight over the tea bag filling the cup! Happy with my (almost English tasting cuppa) I declined to try the milky tea that is apparently common on the menus over here, but he seemed to enjoy it! After a lovely afternoon out, we headed home for dinner and some much needed R&R following the eventful weekend!
... 8217;s house for those of you without the expert grasp of Spanish I have developed). The museum was good and gave lots of information about Che’s early life as it was set in one of his childhood homes. I spent a lot of time comparing my new beard to his and was pleased to notice he had a similar uneven growth to mine. With revolution in our hearts, we ventured back to the hostel to chill before our next overnight bus ride to Mendoza, where we would be meeting Odge and ...
... a religious movement from Europe that settled in Cordoba back in the 1600s and introduced education to the area. Cordoba had the first university in Argentina as the Jesuits believed that education was very important. The university here was one of three in the whole of South America at the time. Anyway, we spent some time looking around this crypt, which once had a church above it....but now was just pavement and shops. It was like going down some stairs to ...
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