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Cordoba, Argentina
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After Iguacu our team from the Pantanal tour split up and I was the only one going to Cordoba. Cordoba as Argentina's second biggest city sounded very appealing to me. It's reputation as in contrast to Buenos Aires is to be a 'typical' Spanish colonial style city. And it is indeed full of old churches and cobble stone streets. But it is also a city full of shopping opportunities equal to Australia, the new I-Phone 3G? No problem. Latest Adidas Puma or Billabong fashion? Whatever you desire - it's all there.

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The Cathedral.

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You do feel that Cordoba was a Spanish colonial town.

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Old style meets 60's style.

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Yellow cabs are a world wide phenomenon.


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The view from our 'Cordoba Backpackers' hostel - located just adjacent to one of the many churches.


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Staying in small local hostels made me meet the most interesting people. Here Maartje from the Netherlands.

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...or Suzi from New Zealand.





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