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We were pleased to have booked a tour today as Sunday in Cordoba is as dead as every other South American town. The tour took us to the UNESCO heritage estancias that were north of the city. Our pickup was of course late and there were only 9 on the tour. Our first stop was the town of Jesus Mary which was a small town with a large number of Italian migrants. The first estancia was the largest we saw. They were set up by the Jesuits and ...
... meet young creative and passionate people, and be surrounded by that hopeful, bright-eyed, energetic vibe students have. Instead we found a fairly normal big city. Dirty streets, countless McDonalds, loud traffic, and people rushing from A to B with no time to be bright-eyed or hopeful. Apparently the student thang here isn't small bars or live music, but late night techno/reggaton clubbing. Which is very much not my thing.
Having said that, the city did have ...
As hard as it was to leave Cafayate, it had to be done. A quick check of the schedule showed that we were approaching our last month and we were still approximately 24hrs bus travel from Buenos Aires... never mind Iguazu, or Uruguay, or Brazil! Nope, the wine and cheese may be a cracking reason to stay, but we had to resist..
Our penultimate stop was another (slightly fancier) winery. Since it's 8km away and uphill, the ...
Cordoba was a lovely, laid-back city. It had some beautiful churches, a famous Jesuit university and lots of pedestrian streets so you could easily walk around. We also stayed in maybe our cheapest hostel so far ($9 US) which included free breakfast AND dinner!! We also met a lot of really cool people. I really liked this place even before I went skydiving! Going skydiving was the best though!! Alice wrote more about it so IŽll copy what she wrote ...
... br> Mark and Ivan (of Ivan and Kristin, long term travelling buddies from California) had become quite accustomed to sharing parillas so on the last day in Cordoba they were insistent that we should have our last farewell parilla before Ivan and Kristin set off to do some volunteering in northern Argentina. They soon polished it off and then we set off on an overnight bus to Buenos Aires.