Best Western Pedro Figari
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... our £50 tent: 32 ∑ Number of campsites stayed at: 20 ∑ Longest stay in one place: 11 nights (Buenos Aires) ∑ Modes of transport used: 20 (plane, bus, train, taxi, hitchhiking, bicycle, kayak, ferry, raft, hydrospeed, catamaran, brujita (moped-pallet on rails), speedboat, 4x4, cable car, funicular railway, trolley bus, metro, sledge, walking) ∑ Number of night buses taken: 11 ∑ Number of flights made: 7 (BogotŠ-Cartagena, Santa Marta-Medellin, Lima-Cusco, Nasca ...
... wise I got before I became really thirsty and stopped at a gas station to get some water. After quickly downing my water bottle, I decided to walk up Ejido back to 18 de Julio. The walk itself took about 20-30 minutes and the streets were dead. Once I got back to 18 de Julio, I walked down it to Plaza Independencia thinking I had time to go back to the Mercado. Once I actually got to Plaza Independencia, I realized I didn't really have as much time as I thought I did. So ...
... we find out about the president and in fact we read about him in press not quite remembering, which country he is from. Nicknamed Pepe he is enormously popular in Uruguay. The reason for that is that he gives about 90% of his presidential salary away, lives in his own house and drives his old Volkswagen Beatle. He also put in place three laws that are very liberal and perhaps a bit controversial for the locals. First one being the right to abortion, gay marriage and last ...
... broken! So we had to go out to eat, again! This time we went to El Tigre which was just up the road. On the way there, the wind was so strong we were both nearly knocked over and we seemed to be the only people stupid enough to be walking around! The restaurant was busy though but it was no suprise as the food was excellent and only cost us U930/£23. That included a 1 litre bottle of pepsi I had somehow accidently ordered!
On our last day in the ciy, no longer a bank holiday, ...
... was an intense programme of academic presentations scheduled from 9am - 5pm each day: On ...