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... and museums. Again I met some great people from all around the world and we had an absolute blast. I´ve also acquired a fellow Londoner as a travel buddy for the road to Bolivia - let the good times roll!
After our short stay in Cordoba I returned to Mendoza for a few wild days before heading off to Salta, I would have left Argentina sooner had it not been for a beautiful French girl who held me up... what an amazing time. Next stop Salta!
... very quickly that this leaves you in several funny positions (all of which I've been in!!).
You speak in Spanish to someone....they actually understand you....there is that proud inner moment of 'I've mastered it!!', which is swiftly followed by a response from said someone.....in Spanish....
Inner moment of ...
... nice park - they have put up rings for every year since Independence from Spain - starting at 1812. So we all had to have our photo taken with the year we were born. It was very warm and Sarah ditched us when she saw a bus to her house and left us to find our own way back.
Wednesday she had a presentation of her exchange year in argentina for some classes, she spoke in spanihs so we didnt understand ...
... arrived late at night and just wanted something to eat before going to bed. We had to wait nearly an hour for three omelettes and spaghetti yet Mum got a wrong meal, the spaghetti were dreadful and the omelettes not worth the waiting!
At least we saw some sights of the city and could book our flights to Buenos Aires and Puerto Iguazu.
Day 15Busy, Busy, Busy… today was a full day! We started off going to the ‘Parque Sarmiento’, where we sat by the lake and saw some ducks; then we went to the Contemporary Art Museum ‘Museo Emilio Caraffa’ where there are several ...
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