Posada La Escondida
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... lunch inspiration – can’t face any more of
the hideous bread. Ended up with fried eggs and oven chips, comfort food, but
have to take advantage of the oven.
Headed out later to check out the classical string
performances in front of the Manzana – of course the tourist office were
clueless (and happy to remain so) about it and pretty much everything else,
both in the centre and at the bus station!
We didn't do anything particularly exciting during our time in Cordoba – we wandered the city (which was extremely hot) and went to see The Hobbit in English at the cinema...oh yeh, and we went paragliding! We took a day trip to a town called La Cumbre which is where the 1993 World Paragliding Championships were held, so we gathered it was a pretty good place to take ...
... Yes, oh Im from papamoa, i was in a bit of shock and Sarah was with me she was like i know that name, what one of the NZers are from there? ME. So that was not a narmal bus ride!!!!
I had lunch in the city, saw other exchangies,made it home, singing loudly to spanish music t have Flor tell me to turn it down(didnt know she was home until that point) and now im waiting for my parents to get home from work so i can book my bus ticket to Catamarca, to see my family there and Edward ...
... to see various important buildings including the cathedral, cabildo, the back of one of the seven universities and the museum of memories (contains photos of people who went missing during the military control between 1976 and 1983). There was bunting hanging across the street with faces of missing people. It was a nice little square that was quite noisy on the day we were visiting.....a large group of protesters were marching down the road and letting off ...
... ran out at a visitor centre. The shortest trip on the roof yet. The woman in the visitor centre said it was unlikely that we would see condors because of the weather and that it was a 4 hour walk to the viewpoint. We could not afford the time as we had a lot more driving to do but did do a 45 minute nature walk. No sign of condors or puma but many flowering flowers.
Several hours later we came to a town, the road we needed to take was signposted no ...