Hostel Montevideo Up
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tons of meat, sandwiches are always ham & cheese (if you're lucky with extra mozzarella melted on top) and they can't leave the house without their maté gourd & thermos of hot water. Seriously how can you say maté is not addictive if people can't go without it for a half an hour whilst they pop to the shops? But Uruguay is also happily different to Argentina. For a nation of only 3.5 million, ...
... light house (turned out to be really small, nothing like the Round the Twist Lighthouse in Apollo Bay). The walk way goes on for longer than 12km (that was the last sign we got to). We took some photos and just enjoyed walking in the sun, again we have been blessed with beautiful weather and cloudless skies. We tired a chivito sandwich for lunch, described as a cholesterol bomb we were looking forward to a giant fatty sandwich, consisting of steak, ...
Friday March 7th
It is cool this morning but sunny so it will warm up soon.
Our arrival was over 2 hours late due to traffic in the delta. It sounds like the Suez Canal as the channel is very narrow and there are waiting areas due to the single lane traffic.
It was 12:30pm before we boarded our bus and there are 4 buses going to the same place. As we left the dock our tour guide talked about an anchor and I missed most of what she said so will get this ...
... borders matter. Sometimes they coincide with changes in Geography. Always they mean a change in culture, mannerisms, food, looks, accent, clothing and the price of gas. I was looking for similarities across the many differences that continued to make each city and country interesting. Ecuador subsidized its gas at $ 2.50 the gallon. In Uruguay it is $ 7.00 the gallon. Guatemala had 100 traffic humps in ...
... a neckless. I even had to get more cash out. Then I left Ellen in her hunt for presents to friends and walked back to the hotel to use the toilet and put on a pair of shoes. My thought was to walk to the beach. But I met the Kiwis (Michelle and Stella from New Zealand) at the hotel, so I joined them on the bus to the beach. The beach itself was nice, but the water still a bit brown, cause it's like half river water, ...