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Travel Blogs from Montevideo
... past carnivals along with some of the overall history of the event
Cost: 65 pesos pp
Teatro Solis: a small but grand theatre that is well worth a look. It is actually cheap to get tickets if there is something on that interests you however if not do a tour which you can do in English
Cost: 50 pesos pp in English (slightly cheaper in Spanish)
Getting There and Away:
We came from Tacuarembo. It approximately a five hour journey.
Cost: 523 ...
... s it for Uruguay. Overall, we liked the country and were glad we went, but we felt that the capital was a bit of a let down and wished we'd gone to Punta del Este instead and enjoyed the beaches. Montevideo is OK, but like I said, I got the feeling that it's trying to be something it's not. Kirsty will fill you in next about our one night back in Buenos Aires and our flight and stay down in El Calafate in the Argentine Patagonia.
Chao for now!
... all the same. The conversations between the young are equal as the ones in a bar in Herzeliah or in Melbourne. Now you might say to yourself "Duff", but really seeing this in a new language was an eye opener to me. Andi, a new 25 year young Jew who communicated with me in Hebrew invited me to his private party the following night together with 100 people in rented salon. "I will see you there!" I said with probably the most certain tone I have used in quite a while.
... Ooh, I hate trick questions!!! We scored a credible 14/20. The winners achieved a score of 15. Ah well, we only have 8 clippy on things to bring home with us!!
We watched our last show in the Princess Theatre. A talent show from some of the crew. All were singles, a few not bad, others, well lets just say they had bottle. Nevertheless every act received a tumultuous applause.
We even met Billy London, the Cruise Director, in Crooners Bar where I talked soccer ...
... such a welcome when just passing by.
With high hopes yet expecting nothing, we approached the Front desk. They had found our backpack! The lady sets it on the counter “This is your blue backpack?" Yes! It is!
They had us check if the contents were ours and still all complete. And it was. The supervisor was there was well, and offered to have it sent to our room. Ha! Not on your life. Arthur was clinging to his backpack and would not let it go. ...