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After a early start this morning we made our way down to the Buenos Aires port to catch our 1 hour ferry across the river to Uruguay. The ferry was huge and I was very impressed with it, it even had a duty free shops on board. We arrived in the port of a town called Colonia in Uruguay at around midday and went to our hotel then a restaurant for some lunch. One of the optional excursions that G Adventures offer in Colonia is hiring golf carts, motorbikes ...
... sunset descends over the
skyline. A vivid double rainbow streches from one side of the city to another. The
air is fragrant after the rain. Photos can't really do it justice.
Yesterday we took a bus and train trip up the delta to Tigre, some thirty km's into
the river delta.
It's a holiday area for tired Portenous looking to escape the heat and bustle of BA.
Taking a power boat back through the delta ...
... affectionate dogs.
After Punta Del Diablo, Jason and I spent a few days with Fabiana in her apartment in Montevideo. Fabiana teaches yoga classes for several hours on most days, using the yoga salon connected to her apartment. Several times she invited us to do yoga with her. In exchange for this kindness and Fabiana’s hospitality, we cooked for her everyday. I made my hash breakfast each morning, and Jason made several delicious ...
... it was best not to say anything as we knew there was nothing we could do and that we would just scare each other more. I was bursting for a pee but thought it wasn't wise to walk to the secluded toilet block and couldn't bring myself to go just outside the tent where a few hundred people would see me. Somehow we managed to get back to sleep, but it was a fretful night as we both worried about the bikes, the gear, and the two of us in the flimsy little tent.
... is Carnival. They celebrate a bit earlier (and a bit tamer) than in Brazil. Every night there is a parade going on. The first night was on Friday. It was more of a general type parade. The one on Saturday was to highlight samba. It was fun to play the game, "is that a guy or girl?" Some of the dancers wear only thongs, and everyone has tonnes of glitter. One of the more interesting aspects is that parents buy their children this ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service