Refugio del Solis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... typically it was the footpaths which went right out to Devil's Throat. But just looking at the water so close to the footpaths in some places, I was a little relieved that we weren't walking out there when the water was so fast and furious! Instead some of us took a speedboat to see the falls from a totally different angle again. The speedboat was great fun and almost like a theme park ride, taking you at speed to the edge of the falls, so you end up totally drenched! I've heard ...
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 ...
Im sorry to admit this but before this trip, honestly, I did not even know that Uruguay was part of South America. I have learned a lot already and am learning more everyday...
I really enjoyed my time in the capital, Montevideo. It was a beautiful sunny day when we were there and I would have liked to stay longer and check out the famous Playa del Este. However, we made the most of the short time and walked around ...
... Esquinazo which is the mecardo de la Abundancia and I had a nice tasty steak while gab had ok fish. We slowly make our way home stopping to get some groceries on the way for dinner.
On Sunday we decide to head to Feria Tristan Narvaja a flea market which takes over a few blocks of the new town. On the way there we stop at the Teatro Solis and end up doing a tour which is interesting, we both enjoyed the fact they try to inject some music ...
... 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.