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Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
So we woke up expecting to just go around the downtown area but we got an offer to go on a day trip to Punta del este which is on the coast.
We figured it was a decent idea and in the end we were happy that we went.
We started by driving down towards Piriapolis and stopped there for some pics and sightseeing, & made our way to punta del este for some lunch and seeing the ...
... room a while later and then all of a sudden gusting winds appeared. I quickly closed my windows and brought the furniture in from the terrace. To be honest, I was a bit freaked out as the winds seemed quite strong. The world is doing crazy things these days and I must admit I am a bit out of touch with reality these days. I try to read the news highlights on the Internet from back home when I can. I haven't really watched TV for the ...
... and did my usual prayer. All was good.
I did manage to sleep a bit on the plane. We arrived in Montevideo at 4:15 am on March 23rd. Uruguay does not have a reciprocity fee for tourists, which was nice. After customs I tried to use the ATM in the airport but it wouldn't accept my card. So, I ended up exchanging $50 US as I thought this would be enough to get me to my destination....I was wrong!!
I found my way to the bus stop ...
... developed into tourist traps, with exit to the Rio de la Plata through a narrow opening with an attractive control centre. The ferry wound up to speed on a long marked approach channel, and we took photos of the receding Buenos Aires skyline, and the massive brown wake left by the propulsion water jets. There were a few yachts out sailing in pleasant conditions on the cafe-au-lait river, which is about 50 km wide here, but still brown, and probably fresh, if ...