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... quite something they had witnessed before I should think.
After Mendoza we headed to Cordoba for a few days where we visited a small town called Rosario and went to a Che Guevara museum in his childhood house. Very interesting indeed.
A little trivial fact... if you are interested:
How did Ernesto Guevara get the name Che?
Che is/was an Argentinian word similar to our "mate" or is like saying "hey" or "pal" and while spending ...
... and Tibu brought a tub of ice cream from their favorite shop (I loved trying banana-split flavored ice cream for the first time), and Hernan brought over my favorite bottle of wine (Quara, the one with the drunk llama on the logo).
On one of my last days, when I was working in Starbucks, Juan, one of the employees, came up upstairs and started clapping his hands and shouting "ladrones!" A group of three thieves had entered Starbucks. One of ...
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... Evita / Madonna's acting career is buried there) and now in full hangover mode we decided to go back to the hostel and sit quietly for the rest of the day.
We opted to go to bed early that evening, the ...
... I admire the beautiful Jacaranda trees with their purple blooming flowers. Looks like I arrived at the peak time! My next stop was the Fine Arts Museum where people were lined up out the door to get in. It was nice but not a must see. I caught a taxi on the street back to my little hostel for a nap before the Tango Show!
Around 8:30pm I was ready to go to Tango Portenyo! Luckily, my taxi driver was nice and had ...
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