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... shady looking gent was my choice of business and, after confirming the current dodgy rate, took me to a nearby cafe where two even shadier looking chaps were counting out dollars under the table. The only thing I had to worry about was receiving counterfeit notes as this is mentioned on the ever-trusty wiki travel but my expert eye detected no duplicity and I was able to exchange USD $500 for 5000 pesos as opposed to 3700-4000 at the real exchange rate.
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... Italian but now considered the uruguayan traditional grape. The food was great with melted cheese and sausage to start served with crusty bread, then Lamb and beef with potatoes and veggies. Delicious. A great Creme Caramel topped off a huge but very tasty lunch. We had more red, a Tempranillo Tannay blend, very nice. While eating we had a great tango show performed by a couple between the tables. Everyone agreed it was one of the best excursions of ...
... but too polluted (?) to be beautiful. Then we stopped at the shopping mall for 40 mins. Ash and I wondered the mall - another mall filled with stores meant more for the upperclass. The mall was however busier than the city. I was starting to wonder whether anyone lived here! But I guess maybe its not worth a lot of peoples time to be living/hanging out in the city. I bought some fancy ice cream - having felt deprived a good dessert but didn't end up enjoying ...
... Intendencia- Town hall) and had the most stunning view over the city. Loooved it. Took a coffee at Plaza Libertad (me and Veru had hot chocolate)... oh and before that proved to Andres I can buy international ticket without passport :-) Booked our ticket through the bus & boat company...Will bring my passport today. Normally they do not give out tickets without identification if it is abroad.oh well..guardian angels i must ...
... at 14,000 feet. People can be trusted. I was never agressed. I was assessed a dubious fine only once, in Argentina, only 100 km from Uruguay. I was stopped by many police, who always turned me away with a smile.
The tourists are not North Americans. They are other Latin Americans, coming to grips with the richness of their continent. It is so heartening. Of course the Americans are still present ...
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