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i could write forever explaining the 8 days in cordoba, but if you want to know ask me details when i get back i ******* hate writing when i could be hanging with people in my hostel.
Cordoba is filled with great museums, parks and churches/buildings with cool old school architecture. I assume it has a good night life but i only went out one night with some local girls to a real ritzy place filled with babes ...
... br> Anyway.....back to the Director & school.....so, in this 5 minute introduction, there was the usual swapping of info which somehow ended with me getting involved in helping them with the set up of their new school choir!! I'm not a gambler usually, but I'd bet on this being in the blog at some point in the future!!!
After this, I was given my timetable!! I've learned quickly (and through Evan's hilarious blunders) that when my un-coordinator asks ...
On a more positive note we also had a lot of nice food here as well - yes more steak and red wine!
One night we managed to track down an Arabic Restaurant which was great for a change. On the way back from there I found a large steak on the pavement. There was a stray dog nearby but he did not seem to be interested. When I asked about this people told me that the Argentines feed ...
... managed it quite well with a quick row on a boating lake. I was actually so much better at this than Steve was that I was almost embarrased for him. After this we went to the Bicentenial rings which commemorated every year of Argentina´s history. Naturally we had to read 1982 (the year of the war) which was the only place which acknowleged the Falklands are still British. After this it was a lush ice cream in the main square before getting to the bus station for yet another 12 hour journey
... unjust laws).
For lunch we did a little homesick action and went to California Burrito Company at the Patio de Comidas in Olmos Mall for a mammoth burrito and weird cheese sauce. This is one of the better renditions of Mexican food we have had in South America yet a little overpriced for the offering.
We just had a few more sites to hit this afternoon to ensure that we covered the entire city. We enjoyed snapping some pics at the Parque ...
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