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It was a great time the quality was great to and loved the food.
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... sexy Argentinian local girls joined us later. Tom and Alex had picked them up at a club the night before. We started to play the train game, where you all make stupid personalized noises. The second bottle of vodka was finished and at 2am we get dressed to head out. This college town kicks off about 3am. I was charging my go pro, and as I was stuffing around with it, the group left the hostel. I was a bit tipsy and took a wrong turn from the directions that I ...
... office, 'twas off to the classroom to meet the teacher/students......
Teacher No.1: Natalia
(AKA the best teacher ever - I have no doubts I would be multilingual had I a teacher like her!!)
I honestly cannot say enough nice things about this woman........she is incredibly welcoming, appreciative, accommodating, ultra-intelligent, witty - the list really does go on - but most importantly, teaches exactly as I do i.e. takes no ****!
... made it back to the hostel and sweet Hannah made eggplant parmesan for dinner. And yes, it was definitely as good as it sounds.
The brings me to today. Today we fiiiiiiinally went to the museums and art galleries around town. SOMETHING to show me what Córdoba is really like.
It was great. We visited an underground Jesuit crypt, a gothic church and a couple art galleries, and a few other things.
We are now at the hostel figuring out the next steps of my/our ...
On our way south from Salta we stopped at Cafayte. As the town is famous for its wine we did what any responsible adult should do and hired some bikes in search of its notoriety. 4 vineyards and loads of free wine later I was chatting ´fluent´ Spanish whilst smelling and swirling like a profesional. I though I´d dispel any English stereotypes so mentioned smoky and pretended to find far away flavours.
Two moody days of buses we strolled around ...
... not do it justice. We saw some Burrow Owls, which apparently are the only owls to come out during the day. Their nests are in the ground and they share them with rodents. The rodents sleep during the day, when the owls are out and they swap over at night. It was fantastic to see them.
The gauchos look after the day to day running of the ranch and the animals. They wear funny pants that button at the bottom and ...
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