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... lack of funds.
Didn’t fancy paying over the odds for any of these things so reverted back to a late Pringles lunch. Pringles have now brought out stacking corn chips, so that was dinner sorted too as none of the other affordable options appealed. Didn’t fancy the pre-packed sandwiches which, as in Argentina, come with crusts removed! Had to make use of my in room fridge to sample the local beers, first the Patricia Dunkel and later the Porter ...
... the different towns and cities on the gold trail and how the gold would be brought down there. After that, we went to see the official start of the gold trail too!
Once we were back in Paraty, Fernanda took us on a tour of the old town. The rain stayed away for this point thank goodness, as we walked along the cobbled streets. Paraty was restored to its former glory in the mid sixties and as there are no cars allowed down the streets, it's lovely to stroll along ...
... had come to the end of it route until he started heading back towards the terminal, thankfully he made an extra stop for us. We made it to our hostel and were a little disappointed. We often book accommodation through a group called Hola and the hostels are usually pretty good, this one however was a let down. We won't go into great detail, but it was dirty and the staff were really unfriendly and unhelpful. Having sorted out our beds we headed out to explore as we had been told it was ...
... out at Montevideo, I find myself thinking about what a ride this has been! Would I cruise again, absolutely. OK before I fall into a fit of melancholy, have to go and get dressed for dinner. Yes dressed for dinner. How often do we put on your best frock on sit down to a three course?...Ok I cannot lie, it ended up being four course because I had two appetizers....another day another pound. Watch out Buenos Aires!
... say no more. As the title suggests though, the food and alcoholic beverages (who could forget sneaking into one of the most luxurious hotels of Montevideo for a swim - confidence is key for anyone wanting to give this a go) were hands down the highlights. The nation's love for meat took my appreciation for it to new levels, with mixed grill restaurants lining the town. Chicken, pork, beef, lamb, sausages, kidney, intestines and ...