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We awoke to another overcast and windy day but were hopeful that as we headed north to Montevideo the weather would improve. Breakfast was our spoils from the grocery store the day before - bananas, strawberries and some small pastries. Medialunas, or small croissants, seem to also be a common breakfast food in Uruguay. The countryside here reminds me of driving in the Albertan countryside except there are palm trees mixed in ...
... a city of museums and theaters. The biggest theatre, Teatro Solis, is an old colonial building and is a beautiful piece of architecture. The museums range from indigenous art, to contemporary, to gaucho history. All of these are very reasonably priced, a couple dollars per entry, and are good places to learn about the culture of Uruguay. Overall Montevideo is a city full of history, a great place to relax, and home to some of the best food in the ...
... beers watching the sunset over the Two Brothers on Ipanema beach - just perfect! And then it was time for a quick shower before we caught a taxi to the airport and then home.
I've now been back home for four days and it feels strange to think that the adventure is over. I thought it would be strange to be back after travelling for almost ten months, but within minutes everything felt normal again - I guess I just adapt quickly! For me that was the end of one adventure and ...
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I met dan in the dorm and he agreed to come with me.
First stop was the Palacio Legislativo. Eventually we found the 151 bus that took us right there and made it just in time as the sun was coming down which was nice to see.
next stop was to walk to Barrio reus which is in a sketchier part of town but has a heap of nice ...
... still good fun. We accidentally went in with the away fans which meant we had to cheer for the losing team instead. Although it did mean that we were close to the 30ish hardcore fans who drummed and jumped for the whole game, taking turns to go into their mosh pit. As we were there on a weekend, we went to the Sunday market which was really big and took over a lot of streets. It was really diverse and sold pets (including ...
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