Willy Fog Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWilly Fog Hostel Montevideo
Great location, nice poeple and lot of space to chill. Staff is great, the bicicles to rent are not perfect but good enough for a ride trough the city. Kitchen is a little chaotic but you manage do prepare your food there. Cheap stakes from the supermarket across the street can be grilled if you manage to handle the broken pan! Infrastructure is cheap but ok, even good for the price
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... lot of beautiful beaches, towns to visit and activities to do in the summer time. Well you could do them whenever but we are fair weathered people. So a short walk and bus trip from our hostel and we were at our ferry which will drop us off in Colonia de Sacramento. An hour and half later we reached the fair shores of Uruguay. As we were only in Colonia for one night we checked in and got straight onto sight seeing. As in all of South America we had our friendly street dog escort, ...
... and started jogging in the direction of the bus station. About 15 blocks later, we managed to spot an empty taxi, and made it to the bus station on time - completely sweaty and minging in advance of our long journey. Yey!
After paying the exit tax at the office (the final sting in the tail), we cleaned ourselves up as best we could and boarded our bus. We watched an awful film, "Whitehouse Down", before we settled down for an early night on our ...
... 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.
... through to Brazil the following evening. Uruguay still had many options but most of which resided along beach destinations and we figured we would be getting our fair share of beaches in Brazil and Central America.
As we walked down to the bus station we were fortunate to witness a pretty spectacular sunset which set the tone of our stay in Uruguay. The bloody place was just coming ...
... in 1804.
Our last stop of the day was at the home of our guide, Hebert, whose family provided us with a traditional Uruguayan barbeque lunch. What fun! His wife and three gorgeous daughters ranging in age from 14-20 cooked and served the delicious food in their garden. Their chorizo sausage reminded me of the jalepeno sausage we eat at Texas BBQ joints. Then the grilled meats appeared: beef ribs, chicken, beef steak, accompanied ...