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Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
... t continuing on with us so we scratched the car plan for now and decided to catch a bus to piriapolis. The bus station was at the same mall we came to yesterday. Jenny seemed to have stored in her memory an exact layout of the shopping centre and rushed off to buy some things.She wanted to buy a phone, but she ran out of time and as she was paying, the bus was leaving so we ran for it and jut made it on. ...
... the evening air.
Back near the main street, we ran into the Canadian couple we’d talked to at the bus station, at an outdoor chivito restaurant. They have been advised that this is the most authentic chivito place, and they have ordered the “con todo”. We ask to join them, and order the same, turns out to be a hamburger patty with cheese and olives and maybe a bit of ham and a pretty ordinary tomato and lettuce side. It is all ...
... did not speak fluent Spanish, having been in receipt of several Google-translated communications from Peter. These had apparently been remarkably accurate; surprising in the light of some of the tortured English we received when Peter had used the online translator in the other direction. Belkis kitted us up from the 'beach furniture' store – two somewhat mouldy but nevertheless welcome deckchairs in traditional British canvas – and we took ourselves on the beach for ...
... were here first "hunting and fishing" stylz
Ø The Jesuit's arrived around 1624. The Portuguese, Spanish and British fought for 200 years to gain a foothold.
Ø 1811 Brazil ended up controlling the region.
Ø 1828 Orientales with help from Argentine troops, ...