When I get back in late September, we may still be in Cordoba, but most likely will be moving back to Buenos Aires. I'll just have to wait and see, but being patient is not one of my strengths. One of the things I'll be bringing back with me is an oven thermometer. The ovens over here are tricky to light - you need a match, and then once you light them, the only temperature is 290C (550F) degrees. Which is fine for making a pizza, but I need some way of monitoring the temperature if I want to do any baking. And I do!
In the meantime, I went downtown to buy a notebook since I've started working on a number of projects for the 2012 - 2013 school year and need somewhere to keep all my notes together. Plus, a notebook will be a souvenir I can use every day. As I walked towards to the Puento Olmos bridge, I noticed a helicopter hovering overhead, and two buses stopped on the bridge. Turns out there was a big protest parade with hundreds of people marching, carrying flags and banging drums.
Another Day, Another Protest