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... to it!! And after they want to play beerpong.. Uh ooh :-). So they took a nap first..... For 3hours! I woke them up to tell them the supermarkets are closing. Got some veggies and eggs, and started cooking shakshuka. It is a base of tomatoes and onion where you can put anything else in you want like other veggies (courgette), or you can put sausage in it as you wish. But Moria is a vegetarian so we just had veg. Then you poach eggs ...
... known cities of Carlos Paz and La Cumbre, La Falda gets lost. There probably aren't more than a handful of North Americans a year come here--and those probably by mistake.
But it's a mistake worth making. La Falda is a lovely, clean, flower be-decked village that is really very pleasant. A far cry from sweltering Cordoba, La Falda sits on the edge of the foothills and just looks pretty.
... again! After walking to the main square and realizing everything seemed to be closed again, we decided to take an hour bus ride outside of the city to one of the many Jesuit missionaries in the area. The Jesuits arrived in Cordoba more than 400 years ago and were expelled at one point, but resurfaced again. Of course, once we arrived at Jesus Maria estancia, we found out they were also closed on Mondays. So…another day wasted in Cordoba. ...
... next to the river banks, it looked very pretty indeed with neat cut grassy areas and palm trees and plenty of wildlife.. it was here we saw our first wild puppies..they were so cute and very friendly with no mother dog anywhere in sight, just the three cute puppies who seemed to follow us around hoping for titbits or maybe a new home...??
after taking a few pictures we returned to Capilla via the main road...another excellent day..
... really enthusiastic I was there and wanted to talk to me. Some people did short sketches and they showed funny short videos in English. Then everyone was split into groups and we were given a topic to talk about. It was a great experience, and a nice opportunity to meet some locals and to do something else than only visit the big touristy places. Later that evening I went out for a meal with some people I had met at the ...