Casa Sarandi Guesthouse
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... with restaurants, artisan shops and cafés, and Lauren got suckered into buying some very expensive desserts. Another main attraction in Uruguay is that you can draw US dollars straight from the ATM. As we currently had no bank cards we thought it would be a good idea to stock up on cash to survive for the next month or so, needless to say our credit card took a hammering. Later in the day the sun made a brief appearance for the sunset, which we viewed from the jetty in front of ...
... on the bus at about 12.45 am, we managed to get about 2 hours sleep before the lady infront of us woke us up, to look at the view over the water. In the dark. Gee, thanks. So, we arrived in Rosario at about 3am, after an awful journey, but glad to have left Uruguay behind.
I will leave it to Mr H to write a more upbeat account of our next few days in Rosario.
Lots of love to everyone back home,
Lyndsey & Martin
... laid at the statue of Artigas to the Republica Dominican. The soldiers were in their best dress unifroms. The square also abuts the Teatro Solace and Canada House. Montevideo has 9 bathing beaches, however, not sure you would want to swim there because the water is muddy brown.however, We are told this is due to the sediment coming from the estuary that feeds the River Plato. When we left in the afternoon the bow thrusters ...
2.2.14 - The Belgium of the South America - Uruguay The look of absolute shock on the face of the local kebab man when he mistakenly overheard we were staying in Montevideo for two months instead of two days, undoubtedly sums up Uruguay. Don't get me wrong, the coastal towns are incredibly beautiful places, quite the population too.. but apart from eating until the birth of food babies and drinking our way to shocking hangovers (Pisco no ...
... spend time with local people in their environment.
On the way back to the port, Hebert told us about the junkyard of Chinese ships that lie in the harbor, must of them set on fire to collect the insurance! They are a real eyesore, seen by every ship that enters the port.
Sometime after 8 PM we staggered up to the back deck of the ship for a salad...about all we could manage. There was a beautiful sunset, as you can see.