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... in Montevideo because all the buses to Brazil we're booked up when we arrived so we won't be there for the opening game which is a bit disappointing. The city itself is pretty uninteresting but I did sample my first taste of salsa last night at a local club bringing a whole new meaning to the term two left feet. The samba drums are calling as the world turns it's attention to the biggest party of the year, let the festivities ...
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A girl that travels is independent, smart and strong. She will always be self-sufficient; never needy. She knows the rewards of good budgets and saving her money. A girl that travels won't spend her money on the latest trends or designer shoes, she will be saving for her next day trip or adventure whether home or abroad. She learns the ins and outs of how people live ...
... through the scenery, meeting the people, feeling the heat --- it keeps you alive and interested and motivated to keep going. This may be a character trait – but I think its generalizeable. Traveling is addictive. Alone suits me more. I have more time for others. I have time to write. My opinions and feelings are my own, not yet negotiated. It was great when Daniel and Mark were along – but ...
... check the scenery, It was just a slight difference from home. Maybe I missed something, only god knows. At least I start getting used to the routine of coming in with the bus, getting to the hotel either walking or taking a taxi, throw my things in the room and then meet up for lunch. Same thing today. We met up, walked through old town down to the Port Food Market. The place was amazing. All food places were ...
Montevideo was a beautiful but unspectacular stopover for 2 nights. Since I was there on a weekend, everything seemed to be shut down. However I enjoyed the Colonial architecture which reminded me of Southern Europe, especially Madrid. I had a great day visiting galleries, museums, going for a run through the city and finishing the day with my first steak in South America. On the next day I took the ferry to Buenos Aires where I would spend the next 5 weeks to learn Spanish with a funny ...