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Well, this was supposed to be the first sea day, but now it's sea day #2. We got up after 8am - first time since we got on this trip that we slept past 8, and we did need the sleep.
It was a gorgeous day today - sunny, warm, with a pleasant warm breeze. Many people were sun bathing on the decks. We went to the 10am lecture about the battles of Coronel and the Falkland Islands 1914, which was very good. Then we went to ...
There was an one-hour time change last night and we had to advance the clock by one hour. We did not get to bed till after 1am (new time) and got up at 7 this morning, hoping to get on the first tender on shore. We were the first ones in line to get the tender tickets. But after sitting there for 10 minutes, the captain made the announcement that, because of the rough sea condition, we could not safely tender ashore :-( There went ...
... still looking for reports as to how many hands, faces were burnt! It was pretty cool being so close though. We rode bikes to another town that was much more Noosa-esqu and realised we should have stayed there. Oh well. We're not sure why Uruguay is so expensive. I think it is due to the tourism period only being a couple of months so they make the most of it. The country is infiltrated with Brazilians and Argentinians, the former looking for somewhere safer ...
... Brasil and Argentina.The houses and shops are all very smart, with art galleries, golf courses and yacht marinas. We crossed a very interesting undulating bridge ( actually 2 bridges side by side) coming into the town. It was designed by a Uruguayan called Leonel Viera. The locals call it "the Sophia Loren bridge"! Tomorrow we will probably go in to Montevideo.
(Donatella, I see in the map that we are very close to Rosario now.... Are your travel plans in ...
... designed and built by a very young man (in his 20's I think) as a result of entering and winning a design contest to build a monument. There is a lot of artistic culture here. There are plenty of multi-million dollar mansions where the rich from Brazil and Argentina stay. The house where George Bush senior stayed had too tight a driveway and the limo got stuck. ...