Joan Miro Hotel
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... 1. And it's huge too. So how
am I supposed to say no to that cheap, yummy ice cream? Another factor
is that since I quit smoking 4 weeks ago, I do eat a little more than I
used to. And the lack of movement and exercise helps expending my body
At least I still fit my clothes.
Other then anything I've written down already I haven't done anything else. I actually haven't even met any people. The hostel was so boring and no one was around.
... high. We found a non-diving boat that said they were doing the tirp and we could simply swim (they didn't have dive gear). In typical South American fashion however, they called our hotel the next morning to tell us they, too, were cancelling due to wind.
Despite not being able to swim with sea lions, our trip to Punta was not a total waste. We enjoyed some delicious Uruguayan steak at Los Caracoles (means "snails" in Spanish, ...
... exchanges is as follows (no joke):
1680 - settled by Portuguese
1680 - conquered by Spanish
1681 - handed back to Portuguese via treaty
1705 - conquered again by the Spanish
1713 - returned to the Portuguese via another treaty
1762 - re-conquered again by the Spanish
1763 - handed back to the Portuguese again, via treaty
1777 - The Spanish came and...conquered...again...
1811 - Revolt overthrew the Spanish and installed a Confederate ...
... on-board wi-fi, but it still seemed that the scheduled times were overstated, and we were soon at the Tres Cruces bus depot, a few kms from the downtown area of Montevideo, the capital and by far the largest city in Uruguay, with a population of 1.3 million. We booked another COT bus to Punta del Este for 13.15 tomorrow, then organised a remis taxi to get us safely to the London Hotel. Via a roundabout route through a pretty grim-looking city, we ended up at ...
... not to waste the day, I headed out by myself, armed only with a map and curiosity. I figured I would just head back in the direction taken by the taxi yesterday. Knowing that it was a far to get to the beach, I figured what else could I do? Being in a remote area and having a hostel of mainly unfriendly people; what was the alternative? I roamed and saw the surrounding areas around me, improve. With this small indicator, I knew I was on the right trail. To illustrate: the roads ...