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... prison.) It's safe, has some interesting and charming neighbourhoods and a perfect climate to boot.
I'm sitting here watching the Rio de la Plata, which really does look silver in the early morning light. To get there I follow tree lined streets which seems to be typical here. I walk past townhouses that were built by the waves of immigrants over the last hundred years; Spanish, Italian, German. Everyone seems to have a dog to walk (or carry) and everyone has time to idle over ...
... to the hostel, checked in and had a shower and a sleep for an hour or two. I was going to go out for dinner but my research showed that restaurants are expensive here so decided to buy some pasta and things from the supermarket and cook at the hostel. I read my book on the roof terrace and had a couple of beers with others from the hostel before bed. Met: Tom (English) law student, lived in Pimlico before travel Izzie, American from Boston Lucas, German ...
... often conflicting) architecture of the surrounding buildings; took us down to the foreshore where we heard about the history of the huge Rio de la Plata river separating Argentina and Uruguay, in particular the struggle to control it by the Spanish and the Portuguese; we saw some key buildings throughout the colonial centre; main squares; and the port area including the market which was designed for use in Chile, however they mixed them up and Chile got Uruguay's market! This is ...
... two thirds of his salary to charities. He also does not live in the presidential palace, and he is known for shunning suits and wearing sweaters. Montevideo surprised me in many ways, everywhere you looked there was an intricate detail to be scene, buildings all around suffused with Art Deco from the hey days at the turn of the century. A twenty minute walk to the Sunday market ended up being an hour and a half as Tom photographed ...
... on Google Maps to be only twenty minutes walking distance from our B&B. Though the kids were tired, both physically and mentally, and not only wanted, but needed a day to rest, we thought they would need to be present to match their faces with their passport pictures. Rest was the plan after our visa applications were in motion. As always, as things NEVER seem to go according to plans with our family in foreign countries, we dragged the kids to the ...
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