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... a whole community. They had a lot of 18th and 19th century items on display here and our guide spoke very good English. After this we only had to travel a few kilometres to the next one which was a lot more basic as it was the oldest. The acoustics in the choir loft of the church were very good. After our visit we were taken just down the road to a nearby parrilla, a BBQ restaurant, that seemed to be the only place open ...
... really are pros! They time their throw so perfectly the cow steps into the rope with their two front legs and they catch them that way. Ross did manage a head though, i argue i caught an ear. :)
After a lovely ride back we were pleased to see the BBQ'd pigs were well on their way. But before that it was time for an Easter egg hunt in the garden - ON A HORSE! That was something new. We were at ...
... Oktoberfest advice:
- Go early! Like everything else in Argentina it starts late and goes until later! However, from about 5pm the queues get up-the-street-and-round-a-few-corners type ridiculous so try to avoid that too.
- Buy a stein before you get to the bar as by the entrance there’s loads of choice of styles, designs and materials. ...
we then descended into Ascochinga and a tarmaced road for a few miles, at last relief from the endless shaking of my bones on the bumpy track..the village is in the montains and larger than we thought but it is halfway between the two main roads up the Punilla valley ... so probably used as a cut across..
the road soon changed back as the tarmac stopped at the end of the village and we continued on a slightly better track as ...
... everywhere and statues of Spanish conquistadors everywhere. The most famous sights are the Iglesia Catedral and the Manzana Jesuitica & Colegio Monserrat. We easily saw the highlights in a couple hours.
Saturday a lot of the streets turn into markets. There were so many people out and about. A couple hours later during siesta, the streets were bare!
For dinner we went to the asado (or bbq) that was put on by the hostel. It was so ...