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Like a local

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Highlighting a few local experiences I had in Cordoba: Eating asado cooked by gauchos Learning to play a bombo Mixing cocktails using locally grown herbs and handmade juices Trying choripan with all the toppings from a street vendor Drinking fernet con cola Watching a chef demonstrate cooking on a disco Taking in the sierras Trying the local craft brews Going to a soccer game in...
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The Sierras

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Yes, the best part of Cordoba was being out of the city and into the sierras (aka mountains).  We did four getaways from the city over the three weeks. Hiking from La Cumbracita, a 14km loop up into the mountains, to a waterfall and back around. A 10km bicycle trip from the base of the mountain up to Estancia Candonga and back down. Day trip...
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Sunny Days

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After the first 10 days in Cordoba being rainy, the sun finally came out and we took off to explore the outer neighbourhoods and sunny streets.  As we crossed over the river out of our living area, I expected to see a bit more run down buildings but instead we found a great pocket of little houses with interesting architecture and well manicured yards.  Life...
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– Cajón del Maipo

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– Córdoba

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Argentina.

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Remote Year: Month 7 PLUS: One Month (#8) with Family in Mendoza 
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Australia.

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Another Side Trip: Solo
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7.2 | Uruguay

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With a short ferry ride followed by a slightly longer bus ride from Buenos Aires, my mom, who was visiting, and I spent a few days in the country of Uruguay, starting with its capital, Montevideo.MontevideoThe city was alright. Perhaps the rain and the thunderstorm dampened the mood. The experience, however, was bizarre. Having travel for 8 months now, I’ve become accustomed to being a...
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Singapore.

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Asian Side Trip #2
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Malaysia.

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Remote Year: Month 6
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