Villa Celina Turismo Rural
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... the main road through town was a big park with some monument. Here too was lined wiht lots of stalls. There was also a Mickey D's.and I helped myself to some comfort/hangover food.
Back at the terminal, with decent free wifi I got on with admin, and watched some downloaded TV and the hours just slipped by. Before long the terminal started busying up and then it was time to check in. Quite nicely you exit Argentina & enter Uruguay at the same time, so migration ...
... and it is now awash with thousands upon thousands of visitors,yet somehow it manages to keep its charm,propped up on its pastel coloured walls,tiled roofs,bougainvillea bushes,boutique hotels draped in Hibiscus and the sound of the white washed church tolling on the hour as the smell of steak and fish lingers around the little bay,its a colonial gem of a bygone era looking over the horizon to the shiny metropolis of Buenos Aries, “The Paris of the South”.
This morning we boarded a ferry to head across the Rio de La Plata to the little town of Colonia del Sacramento. This is a quaint and well preserved old town with numerous artist shops and outdoor cafes. we had a great time exploring the area and found some of the best shopping we had ...
... of applause and I got up and gave him a hug and a kiss (this is Lucas writing).
A funny moment of the night was when she asked me and Aimz if we were ok because we had shared a dish to which I replied Tengo hambre (I'm hungry) and she replied in a friendly tone with a 'f**k you'. It says a lot about what a friendly atmosphere that she had created that she felt confident that the whole table would laugh at my expense and not get offended.
Just a lovely ...
... an island.
Many times in my solo travels I have been going somewhere specific, or nowhere in particular, and felt uncertain of where I was and what to expect next. This is part of my love of travel and very exciting. But now with a family it is different-a bit more intense, a bit more unsettling. I find myself more aware of my surroundings, always assessing options for different circumstances. This is how it should be what ...