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Travel Blogs from Villa Carlos Paz
... and museums. Again I met some great people from all around the world and we had an absolute blast. I´ve also acquired a fellow Londoner as a travel buddy for the road to Bolivia - let the good times roll!
After our short stay in Cordoba I returned to Mendoza for a few wild days before heading off to Salta, I would have left Argentina sooner had it not been for a beautiful French girl who held me up... what an amazing time. Next stop Salta!
... ranging from intriguing photography displays to a wall sculpture that caught my eye (see photos). At the top of the building there was an unusual set of kinetic sculptures and finally a less impressive collection of etchings on the very top floor.
All the levels offered something different and it was a really brilliant way to spend a few hours out of the baking sunshine (not that I'm complaining, I love it). Free Wednesday made it that much sweeter too.
... looking foreign girl in the seat beside it, ie ME........eh, awkward!!!
Was trying to find a way out of my seat as I feared potential amputation may be required if my limbs didn't get oxygen/blood soon when my perfect excuse (in the form of an old man) got on the bus....same rule applies here again, vacate seat for elderly......anyways.....up I jumped....well, dragged the dead half of my body out with the functioning half.....only for Beastie to call ...
... and we would be delayed on our proposed schedule by 5 days by this! Once again the Lonley Planet has failed to tell us about this! This began a day of toing and froing from bus station and internet trying to find alternatives. In amongst this chaos we did manage to see a little bit of Cordoba which seems to be a very pretty town. We tried to arrange a paragliding trip for tomorrow but it was added to the list of things ...
Cordoba = lame. Sorry for the pessimism, but I was looking forward to what I had heard was a great city. It was a nice city... very nice architecture and churches (particularly an old gothic church that was soooo cool, especially at night) but there was not much to do. This was a disapointment after exciting nonstop Mendoza. Cordoba is a popular university town in ...
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