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... about a horror movie taking place on the grounds… Zombie Apocalypse maybe. Hungry, we left in search of our Final Destination ;-) the Estancia de Santa Catalina. This estancia was further out of town and had about a 7-mile dirt road to traverse before you would arrive. We had read in the guidebooks that a restaurant was right next door, so it seemed like the obvious choice. When we arrived, it was right in the heart of siesta, and we were discouraged to see a ...
... so many people had jewellery stands and the stuff was really nice. One person was selling little rings with the inside parts of watches in them, it was the strangest thing, no function to them but they had me intrigued. Our next stop is Salta, the heat in Cordoba is getting less bearable, I'm thinking it's going to be at least as hot in Salta. I may melt. The sooner we get to the cold altitude the better. we have an overnight bus to Salta booked tonight so our next update will be from there ...
... to go out dancing, we got home at 4am,
When we woke up sunday morning we had no water so we were screwed, we couldnt do anything so we had to buy lunch and then later in the afternoon with my mum and sisters we went to the river, and it was nice. I got home and watched movies with Luis my dad there and then went to dinner with Edward(NZ), Laura(USA), and Thomas(Denmark), we finished then Sarah(USA) Valerie and Tessa(Holland) came and ...
Writing this application under these circumstances was both a weird and interesting process - something like starting building a bridge between my past and future. I had to analyse my wohle life, past experiences and personality from the perspective of conflict. What kind of conflict did I experience in my life? When and where? How did I react? What do I think I could have done better? etc. And at ...
... It was best not to dwell so I carry on moving, no doubt a car back fire or something.
With no activities planned for my two days in Cordoba, it was time to relax, unwind and think about the great week I just had. I pottered around the city skipped lunch as I wasn't hungry and ended up settling for a complito burger in the evening. Not the best, but cheap!!
And, there were so many ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting