|Had difficulty finding the hostel that we booked mainly because we walked in the opposite direction to where it was. Eventually found it when we admitted defeat and jumped into a taxi, and went straight to bed to recover from the overnight bus journey.
Wondered through the busy streets of Cordoba later that morning. Cordoba is a university town and is also very catholic, there are 21 churches in the main city, most of which seem as if they need a good sand blast to get the dirt off. We soon returned to the hostel to get out of the 40OC heat and lazed around watching films.
The hostel put on a meal that night so we joined in accompanying the meal with a bottle of Malbec wine from Mendoza!
Had our first Spanish lesson the next day with Brenda - not as old as she sounds. Slightly embarrassing that she knew more about the English language than we did. Learnt a few things about speaking Spanish but it was too in depth for what we wanted to learn - we just want to say I want a room, and how much is it.
Didn't book any more lessons instead we hopped on a bus to Salta.