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We jumped on the early bus with no issues. I haven't mentioned it but most buses in Uruguay have pretty decent and consistent Wifi. Not that I used it. Here I slept. On a two hour lay over in Montevideo I tried in vain to find some postcards but came away empty handed. I finally found a stall (which had poor ones anyway) but couldn't pay by card. The final bus and ferry across the border went without a hitch and even the taxi ride ...
... airport I saw a sign that said Molson Canadian makes cider now. I couldn't spend the next 4 months not knowing what it tasted like, so popped into a store and bought one. I made it to my flight with no problem if anything probably too much spare time. I picked my bridesmaid dress which was definitely the most changeling part of my day. As I write this I say good bye to canada and hello Atlanta. My usual flight - luck found me again because my flight was late leaving TO. I had ...
A few days in picturesque Salta ends with us doing a canoe/walk/swim in the mountains booked with a local tour company. Our guide Ramiro has such a positive infectious personality that it's hard to get annoyed at the fact that the expensive 'tour' consists mainly of him and his wife taking us around the area near their house which is communal to all residents. 'Very gooooood!' is his answer to almost everything we say and I should imagine his friends ...
... last 5 weeks.
On the last day of February I found myself back in Buenos Aires, though in a very different position that the first time around. The first time I was arriving in a land unknown, excited yet terrified. Now I comfortably knew where I was headed, had several friends living in the city, and had a plan. Well, sort of had a plan. The most important and pressing part of which consisted of finding a gym and purchasing ...
We're not doing this trip to tick off a few countries but as Uruguay is only 50km & an hour ferry from Buenos Aires it seems an obvious trip to take. Buying the tickets the day before was more evidence of the unstable currency, they quoted the fare in pesos then said we only take US$ or credit cards, not peso notes! The ferry arrives in Colonia del Sacramento on the south west coast. as we only had a few hours we decided just to look round the ...