Punto Berro Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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... br> I am so sad to leave here. This has been such an amazing trip, between riding, the different cultures, the phenomenal people we have met, the scenery, and most of all - doing this all with such an wonderful man! What an experience to have together. I couldn't love him more for all he has been to me during these weeks!! My mechanic, my interpreter, my psychiatrist, and just being my other half. Poor guy.....;0)
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... eating my cheese and crackers and sipping on some gingerale, it was time to land in MIA. Since I was the last row, I couldn't even witness the landing. Once we got to MIA, I got off the plane and became very excited! This was my first time ever transiting in MIA. I've heard the horror stories of people getting lost, but it was a pretty easy airport to navigate. I actually liked it a lot! I ended up just walking over to my gate for the MVD flight, and just charged my ...
... catch a bus to Montevideo. Stephen from Mexico was in Montevideo at a cannabis expo. He is working with another American lady and they were at the expo to talk about building with hemp. Stephen was doing a talk at the show. Ur unfortunately I didn't quite get there on time for that. Anyway I checked into my hostel and they gave me the directions to the cannabis expo and off I went. It was a half hour bus ride. The busses are very easy to use and there are loads of them regularly. The ...
... to mean with Ham. The vegetarian lasagnas in the freezers in the supermarkets even have a layer of ham in them! I guess they don't class ham as real meat. However, I do! Nonetheless, I was starving so I gave it a try. The omelette was so thick and had so much cheese in it that I couldn't really taste the ham so it wasn't too bad.
Rob ordered a beer (no cider here :( ) and when they asked 'Grande?' which means large, he said yes. Large was an understatement though as the bottle ...
... between the four biggest yerba mate consuming nations in the world, Brazil, Argentina, ...