Montevideo Youth Hostel
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... the cabin and Lucas was still where I left him. I then went into Montevideo on my own.
The piers at the port are used for both cruise and commercial ships, so the first thing I saw were stacks of shipping containers. But a short walk brought me to the entrance to the port, and downtown Montevideo is a compact, walkable city. It is the capital of Uruguay, and about half of the country's 3.3 million residents live in Montevideo.
... He needed to do the same and was writing a report for University bout Latin America. So around noon, we headed out.
We waited on an adjacent street to the hostel for a bus. It came fairly quickly and we were the only tourists on board. Making a mental note, I mapped the route in my mind for later. Getting off after fifteen minutes, we managed to pass by the ticketing office a few times before finally locating it. It was a strange sight having to pass through ...