Hotel Carlos Gardel
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Our wonderful hosts Juan and Susanna made this a most enjoyable and relaxing 3days. The food was amazing - delicious and plentiful. Steak, salads, desserts and cakes!
Power was only on a few hours in the evening and we all enjoyed good company bonding over our horseriding adventures from earlier in the day. We were shown how to treat the horses, saddle and ride before going to work in the field rounding up sheep or ...
So the sail down the river from Buenos Aires to Montevideo was uneventful and we arrived at breakfast under heavy overcast skies. Sailing in we sailed past what can only be described as a ships graveyard. So terribly sad forty or fifty stripped and abandoned ships left to rot. By the time breakfast was over the rain had set in in earnest. With nothing special to do , we thought we would ...
The overnight bus from Porto Alegre was comfortable and safe and I managed to get some sleep. The bus was only a quarter full or so, so I could sleep over both seats. We made a few stops overnight and we arrived in Montevideo about an hour ahead of schedule. The bus station is quite modern but I couldn't withdraw any money from the ATM for some reason. Having no Uruguayan pesos, I walked to the hostel which took about 45 minutes. The hostel is 'Macanudo', ...
... 1000 pesos
- Sleep at the airport & wait for Useche there
In the end i went with option 1 and chose the Sarandi hostel address as i saw they had rooms available and i just needed it for the evening.
Get to the address at almost 3am and ring several times. Mind you this is a 24hr hostel. The guy was sleeping and told me to go away as they had no beds so after telling him he did he told me to go away again.
Old mate in the shuttle was nice enough to wait ...
The last three days have been spent with all of us recovering from hacking coughs, sore throats, stuffed heads and probably mild fevers, all the while medicating ourselves well enough to thoroughly enjoy our stay at Estancia Panagea in the very north of Uruguay. The 2400 acre estancia is a working ranch five hours north of Montevideo and only 100 kilometers south of the Brazilian border. Panagea, sitting in the heart of gaucho (cowboy) country, is ...