Punto Berro Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... me all the way there. I then managed to wangle getting in free telling them I was a friend of Stephens. I'm not sure if they couldn't be bothered with my jabbering Spanish or they were just really nice but I got in for free. It was a beautiful sunny day and there was a live band and people all hanging out on the grass. You probably know but earlier this year cannabis was legalised in Uruguay so this was the first time they had done this expo. There were people from all around the ...
One of the immediate benefits of traveling around Uruguay is that it is so small compared everywhere else in South America. A cheeky two hour coach ride along the south coast is Montevideo; the capital city of Uruguay. Following the unexpected delight of Colonia del Sacramento we were expecting big things especially as our guide book gave it a good write up, but to be honest the place was a disappointment. Perhaps our first error was arriving on a Sunday when the entire centre becomes ...
We woke up in the morning and made a pretty interesting breakfast, we had eggs, but had no milk to make good scrambled eggs. Good solution? Choc milk! It looked disgusting, but actually tasted pretty regular. Engineering ingenuity at its best.
We had to check out cuz Sam had to get to the airport by early afternoon. We had some plans to try and get up super early and see some of the city, but they fell through due to us sleeping in. As we were checking out, we ...
... much on Argentina before I came here but knew it would probably be cheaper than Brazil, didn't realise quite how cheap though! Basically as the peso is becoming more and more undervalued more people are after the dollars it holds its value much better which has created this thing called the blue dollar market where you can change dollars on the street for pesos at far better rate than the official one - instead of around £1 for 14 pesos you can exchange $1 for around ...
... the most nutrient rich yerba, but for the moment I am not going to elaborate on this. It ...