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... their wings. Oh and they can live up to 60 years old. WOW!!!
We arrived at the park on Monday afternoon and it reminded me of Seattle because it was soooo foggy I couldn't see more than 10 feet away. It was great! I miss home and the cold weather. Hehe We also spent our first night in an intense thunderstorm. I am proud to say we did not blow away and we did not get wet. The tent did marvelously! Tuesday ...
Our bus was mega slow, but pretty comfortable, so when i woke up we were already about halfway to cordoba. I spent some time catching up on blogs but when we finally arrived at about 2pm we had to find somewhere to stay.Being a big city, this was an easy task and we walked to a hostel which was just a few blocks from the bus station that gave us 2 free welcome beers.
After we checked in, we walked around some of the main ...
... argenting (and in paraguay too) it tastes just like condensed milk but maybe a bit sweeter, coz they put caramel in it too. It is quite sickening if you eat too much of it!! Finally got to the bus terminal after stopping in shops and stuff, it was past 15h already! Got a ticket to Salta (for tonight) and they got theirs too, to go to mendoza (saturday). They decided not to go to the che's house today (it is 35km out of town and the reviews arent great) and we went to the ...
... shop, that was closed (rightly so, it was half 1
or something!) rang the door bell + the shop owner came down + served
us, the lads got beer + I got chocolate, so I could have a cup of tea!
Easily pleased! Back at the hostel, we seat around listening to music + chatting!
Another Argentinian guy joined us! They told us a bit about the culture,
music, etc + us to them! We finished up around 3ish! Really good nights
At the time of ...
... seem to do. Don´t ask me what it is, I thought at the start it was to cover the measly bit of dried and stale bread that they give you before but after yesterday´s charge I don´t have a clue what it is. Wolfgang seemed to think it is a charge for using the cutlery! Unbelievable if that´s right - a restaurant charging to use its cutlery. We´ll bring our own next time. Anyway, we had raviolli and free soup at this locals eating joint. Not bad.