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... and drinks mate all day. Alejandro and his cousin work on a farm growing mostly corn, and are interested in high yield crops. However, despite the legality, the agricultural know how, the land availability, the high demand for the product, the high cost of the yield, and the durability of the plant, they (and pretty much nobody else here) grows their own marijuana, and we never came across anyone trying to sell it. Everywhere we have been we have been offered weed for free that ...
... from Colonia. Got there around midday and it was pretty grim really. The weather was ****, when I say ****, I mean cold and hailstone. That ****. We walked from the terminal de Autobus to the main square (took about 40mins) through smoggy, dirty streets. Though it looked pretty naff, it is supposed to have the best quality off life in all South America, just cant afford to clean the streets of fix the roads! Lol. We reached the main square and ...
... gegangen. Wir mussten eine Stunde vor Abreise dort sein. Am Hafen ging es recht chaotisch zu und wir balancierten uns durch die mehreren Passkontrollen, Gepäckuntersuchungen und sonstigen Beobachtungen, wie Fingerabdruck spenden und unsere Taschen wurden von einem Golden-Retriver-Hund beschnüffelt. Endlich waren wir auf dem Boot und wir erreichten 1,5 Stunden später Colonia de Sacramento, unser erstes Ziel in Uruguay.
... I actually don’t want to go to the beach, I wanna see something, do something. SO, let’s go to Iguazu directly... YES !
The asado is nice and we finally are like 10 people having a beer and discussing. Pretty nice evening.
OK, now luck finally came back (due tot o pooop !).
Saturday, 31.03, morning, 3:00.
I really want to leave the cities and get tot he iguazu falls. But how ? Flying ? no, too expensive. Going back to Buenos Aires ...
... lightening,went on for hours after we left,and what I hated most,as we were perfectly safe, were the constant trail of planes flying in and around it all.!!! Sam said he has seen similar storms in the Tasman.
Today after journeying down the river all night, we arrived in Montevideo,chose to walk on our own from a shuttle bus..IT poured...Brolly's up we soldiered on,a historic place filled with lovely ...