Best Western Pedro Figari
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Thursday 18th December
The journey from Colonia del Sacramento takes about 2,5 h and mostly we are passing pastures and loads of cows.
When we get to Montevideo we take a bus to the hostel, and soon set off to find some food and have a bit of a wonder around. We are located quite close to the old town, so in a few minutes we are on the main square called Plaza Independenzia and from there we walk around the old town. The problem with travelling the ...
... English and show me around their home. They shown me where the animal quarter where I was made up to see chickens, dogs, pigs who were very cute and horses and cows, they all have responsibilities to look after them and show them love which really made sense, this gives them a responsibility they are probably not used to and to give and gain love from. The guys were explaining to me how this centre has taught them right from wrong and the value of life and that is helping ...
... Rio 2 was particularly good fun!
One of the things that we had planned to do in Paraty was a boat trip, but sadly the rain meant that that would be a washout. So instead, some of us took a jeep tour of some of the local sights. We started off with a cachaca distillery, where they make the cachaca which they then put in caipirinhas - good place to start on a rainy day! Then we headed up to a waterfall where you could swim.....but on that day it was just too cold! ...
... the sun where there was a breeze as it was getting uncomfortable. We had to watch where we walked due to the poop on the ground and saw the emus in their pens (the males look after the children and the females take off so were separated.)
Eric got to go horseback riding but I chose not to and then were some who got pulled around on a cowhide. Finally it was our turn to go for a hayride and we were taken down to the delta and you could walk along the beach.
... Not familiar, me neither (Matty? Please explain).....how about Wild Wild West? Oh yes, we also spent a considerable amount of time walking barefoot through soy fields whilst avoiding tarantulas (Oh my, they are big. Nothing like a tarantula to get the heart beating ha). Highlights of the stay I hear you ask in Q and A? Hanging on for dear life as we departed the ranch sitting in foldout camping chairs in the back of a tractor. Say no more ...