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... the terrible state of the economy and inflation right now. Sean's also noticed that none of the Nike stores are selling England football shirts, despite stocking every other country under the sun; Switzerland, Cameroon, Sweden, Portugal, Croatia, Russia, France, Germany... The list goes on. We asked our hostel owners, a pair of guys from Ohio, why this might be. They responded with a look of 'well you're Brits, you should know right' and confirmed what we thought, that ...
... was, like the Manzana de Luces in Buenos Aires, contructed by Jesuits before their expulsion from the country by Spain. They constructed churches and a university as they did in Buenos Aires. The Córdoba university enjoys premier status within Argentina.
And, of course, the main Plaza in town is named the Plaza San Martín. The main cathedral (Iglesia Catedral) began ...
... shop, that was closed (rightly so, it was half 1
or something!) rang the door bell + the shop owner came down + served
us, the lads got beer + I got chocolate, so I could have a cup of tea!
Easily pleased! Back at the hostel, we seat around listening to music + chatting!
Another Argentinian guy joined us! They told us a bit about the culture,
music, etc + us to them! We finished up around 3ish! Really good nights
At the time of ...
“Well, here goes nothing”, I mumbled silently, jerkily surging up the exit ramp only to be stopped at the pedestrian laden sidewalk preventing my escape. I cheated a little using the E-brake to hold my position on the hill. The swell of people never ceased despite my meager attempts to push through. “Just beep at them, that’s what everyone does”, explained Jessica. The pitiful toot of my horn did nothing to slow the rush. I ...
... your mind. Lunch in Cordoba that day sticks out in both our minds. All along our travels thus far we had struggled to find a good lunch, there are many fantastic restaurants that we've had cracking dinners in, but lunches had generally been disappointing. Today, all that was about to change. Picture the scene, we are sitting at an outside table in a thin cobbled, pedestrianised road. The sun is beating down but we are protected from the intense heat by a large ...