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... lasted a long time - until 6am. We found it quite difficult to stay awake and get into it and more booze would have helped. While there were some very drunk people there, a lot of Argentinians don't seem to drink too much and we found it impressive that they can be sober and up all through the night. Anyway, the routine after a night out is to get a Milanesa sandwich - breaded meat. Tucuman is the home of these sandwiches and it was very tasty ...
... as gringos so much. Prices are on the up though - hotels no longer £10 a night but more like European prices. The Chilean peso is interesting - withdraw a few times from a 'cajero' and you're an instant millionaire - 750 to the pound ! Talking of Spanish words I added up my vocabulary the other day and it must be up to about 50+ words ! Bueno trabajo Rob ! Saw lots of signs warning of Tsunami escape routes and we actually felt ...
... that we were both really looking forward to.
Basically the main university in Cordoba has a really good museum that gives English speaking guided tours, covering most of Argentinean history. I felt I hadn’t really been able to learn masses about Argentina’s history because of the language barrier so I was hoping this would fill the gap. Well, history kind of got in the way of that. Basically a protest had been in arranged in Cordoba to ...
... really good cheese in a while - goat cheese with peppers! Argentina is definitely a more comfortable place to travel than most of the other countries we“ve been in.
The highlight of Tafi del Valle was meeting the people at our hostel. There was a couple from France who flew to Cordoba with their bicycles and were planning to bike all the way to Lima in a few months. Another older couple that we met was from Bavaria ...
... on its web suspended from
either side of the path! The path led us to a small waterfall which was
reasonably unremarkable, given why we were in the park in the first
place so we simply turned and walked back. The rain had stopped by now
and we did see some coaties, little skunk-like things that apparently
get violent when fed.
Walking back to main part of the park, the main bulk of tourists had
arrived and we joined them on the free train to get to main ...