Hotel San Remo
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... the terrible state of the economy and inflation right now. Sean's also noticed that none of the Nike stores are selling England football shirts, despite stocking every other country under the sun; Switzerland, Cameroon, Sweden, Portugal, Croatia, Russia, France, Germany... The list goes on. We asked our hostel owners, a pair of guys from Ohio, why this might be. They responded with a look of 'well you're Brits, you should know right' and confirmed what we thought, that ...
... a quick upturn (in the form of the cancelled bus-strike)....it went rapidly downhill again!
Headed to my last Spanish lesson in a taxi that took me around the world for sport (I know, I know, but in my defense, I was distracted by his hotness and too tired to argue!) and whilst waiting for my tutor to arrive, I managed to smash one of my new purchases!! Now, don't panic....it wasn't the wine.....but it was my hilarious diet plate!! I can already hear you ...
... the falls, whenever the sun shines.
Although the two national parks, one of them in Brazil and one in Argentina, are both World Heritage sites, it is not because of the waterfalls, but rather their additional attraction of remarkable wildlife. Some was not particularly wild. The signs asking visitors not to feed the coatis were rather futile as they have now learned to be very good at ...
We got a taxi to the Argentinian border (amazing with 4 people how much cheaper it is than with 2) which took 1.5 hours and the border crossing was very straight forward and easy, then went to book a bus to take us to Salta. There were no ATMs and we still didn't have any money but fortunately Darren and Noreen had some US dollars and between that and our combined remaining pesos we managed to get a bus to take us to Salta that was leaving in a few minutes time. In our rush ...
... in Alta Gracia so had to taxi the rest of the way. I got a little bit sick while away but better now. Over the weekend we went to the river and a drive further south to a german town. It was busy as it was the weekend. That night I packed up and got ready for another early morning to head back to Cordoba to meet Agustina, unfortunately it was raining this day and we had to walk to her work in th rain to meet her. Overall it was a good 5days.
Sorry for no pictures of me this ...
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