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No one speaks English in Argentina. Good thing Jax hasn't taken a language since 2004, Stacy speaks German and Swedish and the whole lot is depending on me to communicate. The cab driver and I chat it up- aka I tell him "I'm sad," instead of "I'm tired" and I ask him to repeat himself 4 times for every 5 word utterance. His accent is thick as Texas …
... structure meeting in the centre of this public area. The first feature is a dog with four breasts giving life milk to two human suckling babies. The head of the dog juts out of the piece. The second feature is bland, overarching concrete blocks soaking in a pool and flowing like the others to meet in the merky green heart of the plaza. When I get back to the hostel Bruno is out the front. He sees me, laughs and starts doing a nightwalker/zombie walking motion. It was exactly how I ...
... meet up with two Argentinian friends of hers.
I've been up to other things, but those are the highlights.
Unfortunately I can't upload any pictures right now, but I will as soon as I can.
I'm not sure when I'm leaving Cordoba exactly, but I will be heading to Brazil next week sometime. I'm keen to get to a place where I can speak the language!
That's all for now. Missing you people back home, please keep in contact with me on Facebook =)
... area. That evening, we make it to her flat, and she kindly feeds me, before I collapse into bed in need of a serious recharge! Naty is working the next day, so I relax at her lovely home in the morning, and then head out to explore Cordoba in the afternoon. I do a bit of shopping, and the decide to take the city tour - which is on a red London bus with McDonalds emblazoned on the side - allegedly this is "the best way to explore the city". I'm not sure about that, but it's amusing ...
... Or was it 1600 and something? Old anyway. We also got to sit in the room where PhD candidates had to stand for three days and be questioned on their thesis, in public. Tour was led by young lady who had studied Russian in the same U niversity (it is still going strong - University is free in Argentina for Argentinians and people from other countries) and who spoke fluent English and was happy to get involved in ...
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