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Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina. It was quite strange being back in a proper city again. After leaving the piece and quiet of the estancia, it was a big change. We did t really get up to much, people were happy just to wander. We went for an amazing dinner at an Italian restaurant called La mamma. It was pricey for pasta in Argentina, but it was very good. Next day was an early start, 5:30am. We are on our way to ...
... the other guests. In saying that, where we were staying was heaven after camping in the rain the night before. The estancia has hot water and clean toilets and an amazing BBQ area. The first evening we did some wine tasting of some local wines and then went off to the games room (tambo) where we had some chicken arribiatta pasta. The next day was our first riding day. My horse was called white face. We rose around the property, fairly cruisy. At one point ...
... place to relax and enjoy the day, it is huge and today was completely filled with people everywhere!! And of course it's not a day at the park with out mate! Haha it is a very beautiful place and it was actually created because there use to be a wall between the university and the government houses that were located on the otherside. However, the people of Cordoba did not like that and the students hated having to go all the way around to the other side just to get to ...
Today we headed to Cuesta Blanca as the hostel had told us it was a beautiful area with a little river you could swim in and small beaches. We caught the bus by the skin of our teeth after legging it through the station!! We arrived at Cuesta Blanca aka the middle of nowhere, which was quite refreshing after being in the city. We stood around looking like gormless gringos for a second trying to work out which dirt track to ...
... managed it quite well with a quick row on a boating lake. I was actually so much better at this than Steve was that I was almost embarrased for him. After this we went to the Bicentenial rings which commemorated every year of Argentina´s history. Naturally we had to read 1982 (the year of the war) which was the only place which acknowleged the Falklands are still British. After this it was a lush ice cream in the main square before getting to the bus station for yet another 12 hour journey
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