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... almonds for dinner.
There is a local park all lit up which warranted a night photo shoot, bumped into one of the group and had cup of tea under lights.
late start tomorrow for bus ride to 3 day estancia (farm stay with gauchos) - so maybe horse riding and other farmy type chores. Will be offline as no power/wifi without generator.
see you in iguacu after estancia :)
... Sarandí. Sarandí was a street with no cars lined with shops and restaurants on both sides. Pretty much it was a cool street to walk down. It was exciting to people watch and look at the different buildings. It definitely had a very European feel to it. Unlike prior adventures, I was able to find my souvenir magnet rather quickly on this street, which was amazing! After the purchase, I remembered that the last thing I ate was the muffin from the plane so I was really ...
... seeing so many great places is that you are not easily impressed. Montevideo seems quite a nice place, but not terribly exciting. There are some good looking buildings, but many could do with a lick of paint, mostly all houses are a shade of grey. The type of grey that Czech houses were after 30 years of communism and no maintenance done on them. The streets are also a bit dirty and there is dog poo everywhere, so that so have to concentrate on not stepping into it all the time. ...
... angry. We all thought it was hilarious, but I know what it is like when someone steals your hostel food. It's pretty ******.
We ate and then ended up meeting a girl from California, who we sat down with and watched the baseball world series. She was mega serious about it. We were bored. Baseball blows. But San Francisco did end up winning so she was a pretty happy chappy all night. At the conclusion, We all went to bed.
... a similar price to home, my shoes were only the equivalent of £3 bargain!
That night we went to La Periz restaurant. We had found it on trip advisor as one of the top places to eat in Montevideo and as it was my birthday we decided to treat ourselves. It certainly was a treat, the food was delicious and it was a lovely cosy little place and the staff were lovely to us, they even gave us a free shot of limoncello each and a free coffee. They even called a cab for us. 2 ...