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... in Puerto Natales in Chile, they had just arrived in town, and we had just got back from trekking the W circuit in Torres del Paine, 6 weeks prior. That Friday night, 5 of us sat over dinner conversing, well sort of.... all 5 of us talked, but not everyone spoke the same language. The Argentinean ranch owner, spoke Spanish and French, her partner spoke Spanish and some English, whilst Claire and Phil spoke English, which left me being translator for the evening. It ...
Now, I don't know why, but I instantly felt like I was back at school being called into the headmasters office for misbehaving.....well I'm guessing this is what it feels like, 'cause I obviously never did anything wrong!!! Thankfully, it was established very quickly that 'Yo no hablo mucho Español' and my introduction switched to English!!!
Going off track here for a sec - It is actually amazing the number of people that ...
... 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.
... there is still poverty, and a large gap between the rich and poor), cars do not honk at and for everything, cars and buses are not decorated in rediculous lights and stickers, roads are in good repair and signed well, and, finally, food and building safety are much improved. The bad effects of such modernization is no indeginous influece (z-e-r-o), street food is gone, prices are up, smoking is WAY up (because people ...
... An impressive cathedral on the main square of the city. When I got back to the hostel all hot and sweaty (Córdoba has been very sunny and nearly 30 degrees every day) the friendly girl from reception was there again. Her name is Lisa and her boyfriend was there too. They were drinking mate (pronounce as maté) and offered me some too. Everywhere in Argentina you see people drinking mate.
If you are wondering what ...