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... no corkage. Although the food was ****, we had a good laugh and sat in the middle of the busy restaurant telling the crudest stories. No one could understand us and just continued at their family dinners. We spoke of *******s off older woman and a guy ******* his friends mum. "Imagine, someone spoke English here and understood us", was brought up, every new story. As we were leaving and collected our bill, an older woman comes up to our table and in her ...
... br> Anyway.....back to the Director & school.....so, in this 5 minute introduction, there was the usual swapping of info which somehow ended with me getting involved in helping them with the set up of their new school choir!! I'm not a gambler usually, but I'd bet on this being in the blog at some point in the future!!!
After this, I was given my timetable!! I've learned quickly (and through Evan's hilarious blunders) that when my un-coordinator asks ...
... or interesting than the enormous gothic churches of the Catholic missions seen in other countries. As far as events and activities go, Cordoba is supposed to have a great nightlife due to the large number of univeristy students, but that is only if you can stay up that late.
The Argentine schedule is even more different than the one I had become accustomed to in the northern countries. Upon waking ...
... I'll try to explain... Mate is a sort of herbal tea (usually bitter). One person is the server. You have one special and traditional mate cup with a silver straw which is shared between the group of people you are with at the time. The cup is filled with the yerba mate herbs. The server then adds water to the cup, normally hot, and passes it to the person on his of her right. That person will then drink all the tea in the ...
... the Falklands) I spent two excellent days in this laid back & hospitable town. Salta has loads of open, green spaces, beautiful plazas and friendly people. I hit the gym (yes I miss my exercise!), hit a few cafes and hit the bank for pesos (well, I didnīt actually hit a bank - just visited!). I don`t want to talk about finding a bar that showed the Wales V England game. The less said about that, the better!
After Salta, I travelled further south to experience the ...
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