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... and cathedral. They were going back to hostel but as I was in the area I thought I'd check out the other hostel the receptionist at iguazu had recommended. America del sur missing a roof terrace and this hostel has one. Headache getting worse and really sweaty. Think coz of the sun and no hat. Walked along avenida de mayo pretty cool central location. Walked up the windy staircase to the hostel- really nice but dead! Was on the first and sixth ...
... a different form this time, I thought he'd only given me half, and figured that was what happened. I'd gotten fleas, so to speak. Que sera, sera. Repeat the same toilet money counting, hands shaking. The full amount was there. Bless their crooked little hearts. (Note: I'm still not sure how I feel ethically about this, and I certainly wouldn't encourage it unless the trader was personally recommended. It was an experience. I'm not necessarily ...
... check in the evening and the website price had been changed to 260 pesos... they sure know how to control pricing in Argentina!).
We were back at the pedestrian crossing we were at not 15 minutes earlier and ended up helping an old Argentinian lady to find the same bus stop we had just left, she had been walking round in circles as well. The old lady told us that Argentina has knack of always doing things badly for no reason. Hiding bus stops for a ...
... bar and had to essentially swim home due to the crazy amount of rain.
Montevideo was next and we stayed in a swanky hotel with a jacuzzi (with no bubbles) and a sauna/steam room, absolute luxury. The weather in Uruguay wasn't my favourite, mainly rain, rain and more rain. I went on a city walking tour which was interesting, saw the new theatre, saw the old church and went to a cafe in a huge beauty and the beast style book shop.
We got the bus to Estancia on a crazy busy bus ...
... br> no help there.
Earned a good lunch in a popular café, a 80 peso (£4) menu
del dia – had an empanada to start, massive juicy chicken breast with fries, crème
caramel (flan) for afters washed down by a Coke. Typical Argentinian cuisine –
not a vegetable, except a little bit of onion, in sight and the flan was
finished off with a big dollop of dulce de leche!