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... around this cute little town in the pouring rain, blue from cold looking for something to do, as yes you guessed it, the Che museum was closed for siesta till 4. We found 3 cafés open in the whole town so we picked one and had coffee and cake (it turned out to be an expensive time wasting event). The rain let up for a couple of hours, enough for us to walk around to the Che museum via the Main Street, Jesuit church, main square and the lake. Hocked up on sugar we danced ...
... 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.
... about 4 h delay I ended up getting about 8 hours of sleep instead of just 6. I arrived in Rosario late afternoon.
Rosario itself is not that spectacular: it's a city where people live and work situated next to the mighty Paraná river that is lined with decent sand beaches. There is not too much traffic on Rosario's streets, many of these are tree lined, there are good restaurants and bars as well as clubs by the beaches. Life is civilised and pleasant!
During my days in ...
... you could see the Argentine families happily playing in the water, lazing about in the sunshine and just chilling out. We got lost a few times but eventually found Luca's friend and set up camp on a more secluded part of the river side.
This is one of my favourite parts so far of my trip. It is great to see a different cultures way of relaxing and boy did we do that. After chilling for a bit we grabbed the meat (which might ...
... 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..