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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 ...
... to bring people back. It is one of those places that if you have a car, it is easy but without one it sucks.
We watched the sun go down in what was one of the nicest sunsets I have seen since I have been away. Just a few clouds to keep it interesting but clear enough that when the sun disappeared, the crowd of about 500 that had gathered around, clapped. We went to see if we could get into the gallery but it had shut so we got back ...
... Azcur (the name of this blog for those not keeping up).
After sorting ourselves out and settle into our nice room we decide to head out for a bit of a walk. We head down to the main beach where the famous La Mano en la Arena (a massive sculptured hand) stands in the sand. We walk into town and then along the coast as far as the marina before turning back and settling on a place called Virazón for dinner. We both have salmon and it is ...
... way round the grills followed by anyone who wanted to dance. We have decided the UK would love these weekly events although they might struggle to pass any health monitoring!
The next day we walked the rambla along the coast surrounding the city, worked off the meat and worked on our tans. The blazing heat meant we hit the beaches with the locals after 4pm and stayed until the sun went down. I was a strong competitor for whitest man on the beach, doing Northern ...
Early morning was finally time to check out of the Milhouse and make out way to the ferry to get to Uruguay. Junior was not feeling the best today and we had to run around town trying to find a money exchange place as we still had about $200 USD in local money and we were told you couldn't change it outside of Argentina. As we found out it’s actually the other way around and you can’t change money in Argentina if you are not a local. So that ...