Balmoral Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... We went to another supermarket to buy some meet and beers. We then watched a film until about 10pm before taking a bus for 10mins to his friends house. The barbecue was stationed on the guys roof and we sat for about 2 hours, eating, drinking (myself beer, Aurelie wine) and speaking some Spanish with a girl from Barcelona. It was great to hear the real spanish accent again and be able to understand much better. We left at about 1am and headed back to get some ...
... lní zážitek stát po boku lidi zpívajících svou hymnu. Náhodou jsme měli úplně stejnou zkušenost z Buenos Aires před par dny, takže tohle je pro nás hymna číslo dva. Pote se ukázal sám prezident Uruguay a mel krátkou rec, což je famózní, ale my jsme v ten okamžik nevěděli, ze to byl on. Zjistili jsme to vlastně až den pote. Potom následovalo ocenění několika policistu. Po prvních 20-ti nás to zacalo nudit ...
... VW Beetle, is regularly seen in the restaurants and cafes of Montevideo, sans entourage, and most famously he gives 90% of his salary to charitable causes. Whilst in office he has also been pretty radical seeing to it that laws such as legalising marijuana and same sex marriage have been passed.
So, against this general backdrop of good karma we set about enjoying our three days in Montevideo. “Uruguay experiences a lot of ...
... in the correct direction. When getting on the bus, the driver greeted us with a big smile and patience as we bumbled through with big bags and big notes. No rolled 'stupid gringo' eyes here. And an old couple on the bus couldn't wait to talk to us and tell us (with some pride) about their country and city.
The hostel too is also nice. Big open spaces and lots of light. Here we hung around until Ed showed up and hour or so later, and whilst catching up on our ...
... rest of the group and head off on our 24 hour journey.
The journey started off okay, with an overnight bus for 16 hours to Sao Paolo. However, it soon became clear that they had some problems with one of the wheels - it kept bumping and they kept stopping the bus and getting out to look at it. At 7am we pulled in to a small town and it became obvious that we would probably not make it to Sao Paolo by 10am! They were waiting for another bus to bring along another ...