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... shady looking gent was my choice of business and, after confirming the current dodgy rate, took me to a nearby cafe where two even shadier looking chaps were counting out dollars under the table. The only thing I had to worry about was receiving counterfeit notes as this is mentioned on the ever-trusty wiki travel but my expert eye detected no duplicity and I was able to exchange USD $500 for 5000 pesos as opposed to 3700-4000 at the real exchange rate.
Kate's recovery ...
I am at a tango club watching people of ages and. abilities dance We ate dinner at a restaurants recommend but was not good. I think being able to tango makes everyone beautiful We started today by eating in a cafeteria , lovely little sweets and croissant with ham and cheese We went to the newly open museum ...
... our fingers at a map, we were on our way and we felt quite pleased with ourselves that we had got this far. Till we pulled up outside the hotel we had looked at and could't afford which was why we were staying miles away in Montevideo. We tried the map jabbing technique again, off we went and this time we pulled up outside the Fray Bentos Museum of Industrial Revolution. We were at the factory where the infamous Fray Bentos pies had been produced. The whole place has ...
... Cruising we find is not really for us but hundreds of our fellow passangers clearly
feel different. Everthing is extremely well done and the logistics of moving
hundreds of passengers and their luggage on and off the ship is a logistical
Virtually as soon as we set sail into the River Plate the skies darken and the rain
starts. We will not see the sun again until we return to BA three days later.
... and a wave. Either that, or Ben's Spanish had unwittingly promised him a free house back in England or something.
Our home for the night was Ukelele Hostel, which did indeed have a couple of ukeleles in the lounge (but unfortunately Eddie Vedder wasn't around to play them). The hostel had a really nice vibe and there was a large common room to chill out in. The owners were extremely helpful, suggesting good places to eat and ...