Punto Berro Hostel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 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 ...
... s definitely cool. Uruguay is seen as one of the most liberal countries in the world and recently it’s president nicknamed Pepe legalised cannabis, gay marriage and abortion in one year. Pepe is one of the most interesting presidents I have ever come across in the world. Like most south American countries Uruguay had a military dictatorship during the 70s, 80s & 90s and Pepe was a guerrilla fighter against them. He spent 2 years in ...
... the gauchos everywhere. Not only in the show but watching too. The main fashion is to have trousers tucked into long boots, with a shirt and decorated belt, along with a cowboy hat or beret and a big dagger that is usually tucked into their trousers at the back. They looked so macho but equally well turned out. There were a few pretty amazing moustaches too!! All in all, I am really liking Uruguay. The place seems pretty happy with itself and a nice place to ...
Today I got up at the ungodly time of 5.45am. I got ready super fast, having packed my things the night before and by 6am we were ready to catch a taxi to the ferry terminal. At the terminal we checked in and then Rach and Ash got a hot chocolate and some eats before going through customs. We breezed through customs and got on the ferry at 7am. We managed to score front row seats. Once seated I realised I left my camera at home. I think this definitely soured ...
... light snack and watch the sun go down (around 9.30 pm.) We made our way to the brilliant magic show, followed by Hilary O’Neil singer and comedienne.
The following day the temperature had risen even more, simply heavenly and Gray and I together with a small group (including our New Zealand friends) joined the dancers Jenny and Edward for a Tango class. Hugely enjoyable but we are a long way from the standard of "Strictly!"