Days Inn Montevideo
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I got picked up by Ivan who runs the rehab, Pablo the director and Clara at about 11am and we set off to go and do a visit at Chacra which is about an hour drive into the country. When we pulled up I was surprised at how fab the building was, it was a massive farmhouse with vast amounts of land surrounding it, I got to attend a small meeting with …
... policeman receive some sort of award and after watching about 20 we start getting bored and we head back to the hostel.
Friday 19th December
Our hostel is quite funky and very colourful. There are two Irish brothers working there, one of them called Sean. Both have lived in Montevideo for a few years and compared the town to Dublin. That there is not that much happening and the pace of life is slower, unlike in Buenos Aires.
We went for ...
... for Ed who broke his in Brazil. There I instantly saw a Gav Pair. Right style, right colour lenses, and as it turns out right price (around $20) and genuinely with the ray UV-whatever protection. This made me very happy. It's funny how two mood lifters in recent days have been purchases. So much for buying experience and not stuff! Though of course the former is for long term happiness as opposed to short term gratification of looking dapper at the beach/up a mountain.
... kept them as interested in us as we were with them!) and a couple of other places while they served us caipirinhas in the sun. We stopped off for lunch before heading back to the hostel.
On the 15th July, it was finally time to head back to Rio. This time we carried our bags down to the port again (last time we would have to do this - I was very excited about that!) and took a different ferry over to the mainland. From there we had two minibuses to take us the 3-4 hours to ...
... in brazil and watching the football. We watched the Uruguay game on a big screen in town. There were thousands of people and they were pretty crazy, lots of drums, chanting and homemade fireworks. Weed was legalised the week before we arrived so everyone was smiling the entire time. The Uruguayan people there all looked like gypsies, had about 10 teeth between them and wore nike shox - not the most ...