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Turtle volunteering was fun but two weeks was enough to satisfy my curiosity and rest up for the next leg, Montevideo.
In case your geography isn't quite up to par, Montevideo is the capital of Uruguay and lies in the middle of the south coast. The bus there only took 6 hours which was a pleasant change from the usual trips and to be honest there isn't too much to say about the city but we did enjoy being there. Both of us prefer smaller cities with less madness on all sides ...
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 ...
... buildings. Every apartment seems to have an extra limb stuck out of it. There is a marvellous example on a downtown office building that typifies what i am saying.
... 10 hours away. We had two less than minor incidents while we were there, the most serious being two teenage girls taking a disliking to Stacey and Caz. The situation was resolved quickly and resulted in the little ***** being told by the un-official security to **** off and stop annoying the gringos. The other incident was a pair of fake Raybans being pick pocketed from our bag, good luck getting a fair price for them! The true hero of the cider fight had to be a guy who ...
Leaving behind the home comforts at Matt and Imogen's and feeling like we had just left home all over again, we packed our bags and headed to Colonia, Uruguay. Colonia is a small sea (or river) side town a stones throw from Buenos Aires by boat. We wandered about this very pleasant little town, admired their lighthouse and plaza then ate a mountain of cheese and ham before jumping back on a bus to continue our journey to Montevideo. Montevideo in contrast ...