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... take a bump in the road at speed! However the people are friendly and helpful, and strangers happily chat to each other on their journeys even when it’s busy, much unlike the London tube crush.
So on to the town: Cordoba is a city full of history, and following on from my advice to look up; I found it is equally important here to look down. Important buildings are tiled on to the floor, almost like a shadow of themselves, making it easy to identify areas with importance ...
... of the girls had talked about since we got there. Instead we opted to take a bus out to a small town where there was a river and a beach we could hang out on, on such a hot day. We got to the bus terminal and took the hour long bus ride out. Once we got there, we headed for the river.. we found it, but then we had to find the beach. After multiple attempts, dead-end roads, barking dogs and even one that tried to bite Alex, we found the beach. The only problem was we were on ...
From the desert to the big city. From Bolivia to Argentina.
That's where I got my first "reverse culture shock".
I spent only two days in beautiful Cordoba, Argentina and I almost spent them completely in my room. But not because of the culture shock. I'll explain you why.
First I thought I would never get accomodation: every hostel in town was fully booked because of a psychology ...
... wat te gaan eten is het een drukte van belang op straat. Er is een leuke markt opgezet met allerlei leuke tentjes waar van alles is te koop. Desondanks besluit ik om morgen per bus te vertrekken richting Tucuman.
05/11/2011: about 8:00 pm I took a taxi to the bus station (called Recife) in BA. After some searching I arrive at a desk in the buscompany Chevallier who looks reliable at first sight. ...
Cordoba is the education capital of Argentina which is evident by the loads of university aged people running about the city, sipping on mate or sharing a large cerveza in the back of a kiosko. There are some interesting historic sites (such as the Jesuit catacombs) and the nights are alive. The town was an interesting stopover but definitely doesn't have more than a couple days worth of activities to attract most travelers.
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