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... him anymore so I said goodbye and left. His friend was coming after me on his bike, asked for my name and where I'm from. I politely answered, but I didn't want to talk to him either, so I wished him a good day and he drove away. The second I started walking a seagull pooped on me. On my chest. (If that's karma, I haven't done anything bad lately! People are mean to me and then I get **** on? - so not fair).
After cleaning myself with my last tissue I kept walking. In a very bad mood. ...
... think its a little overrun by Argentian's which are investing their Money before their Monetary system will collapse again.
The Roads are good the Driver's courteous and Cycling is big in Uruquay , They are having the 69th
Vuelta classica Cicliste National Do Uruquay on route 8 right now.
The Beaches are very nice, roundabouts instead of crossings .Uruquay is a clean , organized fairly well managed Country , at least here in Puenta Del Este, MonteVideo is probably another ...
... the shoreline right around the peninsular, mainly on cobbled streets, past a park with a historic soap factory, from the time when there was a lot of beef produced locally, the yacht club with a collection of old and new yachts and motor boats, and along the waterfront malecon around the point, getting some good photos of historic houses, old motor cars, locals fishing off the rocks, and the light house, getting back to the bus station pretty beat, but in ...
... with great cafe's, art galleries and awsome night clubs. The who's who of latin america summer here, kind of like the hamptons for New Yorkers. The beaches like "Bikini Beach" are often frequented by the rich and famous so ofcourse I went there to blend in and see if some of it rubbed of on me.
At night we visited the Conrad Casino which is where I worked for 4 years during its opening years.
... but a lot better than the breakfasts in Uruguay). Slowly my mind pushed away my restlessness and the sight of the blue sky took over.
It was finally time to check in and after putting in my name, country and passport number, I went to my assigned room. It was an eight bed dorm and very similar to the décor of the one I stayed in, in Montevideo. Only this was a lot more minimalist. The floors were bare plants of wood and the bed frames were wooden too. The beds were very thin ...