San Pedro de Timote
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... don't need much work just some friendly petting and playing from time to time, and the chickens to don't require any help. The goats are walked daily to different spots in the yard where they can graze as they please. The pigs are fed slop made of organic kitchen waste, grains and whey from the cheese once a day. The sheep are left to their own field to graze and are shaved every now and then but we have yet to experience that. The cows ...
Usually I'm not a fan of big cities but there's are exception to every rule, and we thoroughly enjoyed our week stay in Montevideo. As we arrived at the airport we could instantly we feel the calm relaxed atmosphere that Uruguay is so known for. The airport itself is very small compared to any other international airport we have been to and the people are very friendly and helpful. Customs was a breeze and we picked up our bags and were outside ...
... us both a bit nervous I think but looking back it was very funny.
On the way, we stopped off at a local shop where they sold home made cheese and bread and bits of pig were in a freezer (eww) and freshly squeezed milk etc. Zen made us try some home made cheese and jam and bought a bottle of honey miel for us all to share. Miel is a local drink, its a grappa liquor type thing, very tasty and certainly warms you up!
When we got out of the car in Villa Serrana, the only ...
Had a disturbed night with weird untraceable noises keeping me awake/waking me in the dorm.
After some good strong coffee, fresh OJ, cereal, toast and fig jam, was ready to stock up on cash and head off again.
Got 10.30am bus to Montevideo through grassy cool country that could have been England if it wasn't for the palm trees! Lots of horses and carts in use, both in towns and countryside and thatched roofs seem common too.
Today I got up at the ungodly time of 5.45am. I got ready super fast, having packed my things the night before and by 6am we were ready to catch a taxi to the ferry terminal. At the terminal we checked in and then Rach and Ash got a hot chocolate and some eats before going through customs. We breezed through customs and got on the ferry at 7am. We managed to score front row seats. Once seated I realised I left my camera at home. I think this definitely soured ...