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... to the local butchers and green grocers to collect ingredients. I made my guacamole and a salad to go with it while the boys fussed over preparing and cooking the meat. Dad and I decided we would be best placed in the bar out of the way so we indulged in a few pre dinner beers. The food was absolutely delicious, great quality meat and an authentic barbecue, you really can't beat it! It was like having a family dinner with our new found friends.
The hostel owner ...
... We longed for some green grass to sit on, but sadly found huge sections of the park to be closed. I didn't realise that even grass can be closed on Sundays. After a little wandering we found a beautiful lake (which was open) to sit by for while. We tried to work out our next move as the wind tore at our map. After some more aimless wandering we gave up and made our way back to our hostel.
Sadly there's not much else to tell about this city, which we had harboured such ...
... was one of Argentina’s most popular and divisive politicians. A former army general he was three times elected President of Argentina. He campaigned on a platform of social justice and economic independence and was credited with defending workers rights, nationalizing many of the country’s industries and implementing widespread welfare reforms. After the 1955 coup, Péron went into exile and the Peronist party was outlawed. This lead to a backlash among ...
... a church (the beautiful Iglesia Catedral), visited the Museo de la Memoria (a memorial to those who ‘disappeared’ during the Dirty War*), and took in the tour of the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (highly recommended to anyone traveling through/to the city). It sounds a bit nerdy but the university tour was by far the highlight of our time in Córdoba – not only was the commentary by our history-student-guide humorous and succinctly informative ...
OK, so I can happily admit to all that read this blog (I'm assuming you're still out there reading this and haven't gotten bored yet!) that coming down from the BA experience was hard work - cue sulky lower lip moments and puppy dog eyes! I was just happily settling into the nice routine of being in one place for a significant time and knowing that you would recognise people when you came down for breakfast in the morning! Don't knock it people, these are ...