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... sights and sounds of the city. Unfortunately, we soon realised that the city had no sounds and definately no sights. We made a whole 2 stops in 3 hours and we weren't even sure why we stopped the 2nd time. It was about 7 degrees outside and the idea of staying on the bus seemed quite appealing. Gareth was dismayed when the van drove straight past the National football stadium. We did learn that Montevideo got its name from mountain 6 west and that ...
The next day we took a bus to another Lake District town called El Bolson. El Bolson is well known for its hippie culture and feria artisanal (crafts market), which is held 4 days out of the week. The day we got there we checked into our hostel and went for a 6 hour hike. We walked along a ridge that runs along a river and then winds down to some waterfalls. The next day we enjoyed sleeping in and then walking around the feria artisanal ...
... was not just waiting but was taking on provisions that we would need to maintain the high caloric ways of a ship cruiser. The path back was not as heavily trafficked as the walking street we took into town. We passed some small street side cafes of which one was accepting deliveries from a motorbike van. We continued back toward the ship which we could see growing larger and larger as we strolled back toward the port of Montevideo where our ship was waiting.
This was a nice ...
Following an 18 hour bus ride back to Buenos Aires, we found ourselves stuck in the BA bus terminal for 12 hours thanks to torrential rain. The only excitement during those 12 hours was a very crazy lady who (we think) tried to warn us that 1) there was going to be a riot in the bus terminal at 4:45pm, or 2) the world was going to end around that time. Neither happened, which was a bit of a shame because we were very ...
... goers, mainly dog walkers, but a few optimistic sunbathers and several swimmers were there too. Christmas day is usually a popular day for the beach in Uruguay and there were three life guards on duty, but they didn't have much to do as the weather had kept most people away this year.
We took a few photos and listened to some music on our BlackBerry PlayBook but we didn't have many Christmas songs and after a while the wind suddenly whipped up into a real ...
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