La Casa De Los Limoneros
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... around. We looked more closely and to our amazement the garden was filled with tiny dots of flashing lights. We took our wine glasses outside and stood open-mouthed and speechless on the terrace, mesmerised by the sight of thousands of fireflies twinkling silently above the lawn, amongst the vines and in the bushes and shrubs surrounding the cottage. As the last light of the day faded in the sky and the stars slowly began to appear between the ...
... auto;">Metros/subways used - 39
Cars used - 9
Minivans - 10
Russian Campervans used -1
... as we had passed through immigration. The tough chicked schnitzel broke my fork twice and Wayne's also twice, got to laugh. Then we wandered the terminla to find no , oney exchage bureau, unbelievable! So we got stuck with our increasingly worthless Argentine pesos. Duty free shops we visited had outrageous prices so no buying for us. Luckily there was free wifi and charge points so we spent the nest 3 h8urs waiting with some internt. Our flight did leave on time ...
... friendly and really really into their mate, even more so than the Argentines. Nearly everyone walks around with a standard size, seemingly burdensome thermos of hot water held tight within one arm pit while holding their mate cup with the same hand and sipping from the bombilla (special mate straw with a strainer). This scenario seems to leave all Uruguayans to function in life with one remaining arm. I will be looking further into this.
Often we end up writing about bus journeys and for that we are sorry, but a lot of our time is spent on busses! Today was no exception. The supposed 18 hour journey quickly became 20 as the bus broke down, we also saw several crashes during that time. It seems strange that in two of the most developed countries we've been to the busses have broken down, yet they have been newer and the roads have been better . . . It begs the question, should we take the most ...