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... to leave too. Afterall, we still hadn't eaten.
The port was very industrial but we did manage to find a restaurant. We ordered a shared plate of grilled meat between the 4 of us and shared a big beer. It was goin to be expensive, so we werehoping it was good. The food came out, while there was quite a lot of it, it tasted like ****. The only stomachable item was the chorizo which out this down as the worst meal i have eaten since arriving back in ...
... unknown cities with a great sense of direction but also enjoys the spontaneity of getting lost.
After many missed flights, wrong turns, delays, bad street food and bad restrooms to deposit said food, a girl that travels is easy going and adaptable. She is prepared for bumps in the road literally and metaphorically. Life throws curve balls and she smacks them right out of the park.
Date a girl who travels. She is supportive and ...
... with signs explaining their plight. Rather, they are on their feet pushing religious cards toward people entering the cathedral. One woman, in particular, bellows “MONEY” over and over again and stretches her hand out, hoping to reap some coins. We enter the cathedral and its dark coolness. Once again we see simple dark wood pews, stained glass in the ceiling dome above the altar, rich mahogany and maroon colors in the wood. Some ...
... 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 ...
... forces to separate from Buenos Aires and create a new province (modern day Uruguay).
Our research on the bus to Montevideo had told us that Dueto was the place to eat for dinner. Run by a husband and wife team it was the perfect way to try Uruguayan flavours and sample some Uruguayan wine. Our research paid off as our dinner matched its reviews providing us with authentic service and a beautiful menu taking in both fish and pork. Neither of us ...
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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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