San Pedro de Timote
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Today we were finally able to WALK off the ship, we had actually docked for only the second time this trip. Montevideo is an old colonial city and the buildings reflect the era. We walked through the lovely malls where the people were setting up their stalls. Most traffic is kept out of the city and there are many walking streets and malls. ...
Today I rented a bike to see Montevideo. I biked down to Mercado del Puerto - the old part of town close to the ferry terminal. It took about 1 hour stopping along the way. It was a bit quiet down there but at 1:00pm a drum band came into the street and all the street vendors selling cider were starting to sell out. People threw their 2014 calendar pages out balcony windows and onto the street. Cute ...
Day 1: It was so painful to hear that alarm go off at 5:30 AM today. But it was time to get ready for Uruguay! We booked a boat/ferry ride to go to Uruguay from Buenos Aires via "BusqueBus" company. It cost about $90 for a one way and it is probably the most fastest and convenient way to get to Uruguay. Our boat took off at about 9:00 AM. We arrived at BusqueBus at the Port Madero, checked-in (3 bags free per person) and we were on our way! The boat was absolutely adorable. ...
Thursday 18th December
The journey from Colonia del Sacramento takes about 2,5 h and mostly we are passing pastures and loads of cows.
When we get to Montevideo we take a bus to the hostel, and soon set off to find some food and have a bit of a wonder around. We are located quite close to the old town, so in a few minutes we are on the main square called Plaza Independenzia and from there we walk around the old town. The problem with travelling the ...
Our stay in Montevideo was slightly tainted by our struggle to find cash points that would work for us. Our stay in Argentina would be made much cheaper if we could withdraw dollars to exchange on the black market. We did however stay in a great hostel with a roof terrace and spent our days walking around the old town and plazas. We enjoyed a steak lunch from Mecardo del Puerto, a world famous steak market where the meat was thrown on the BBQ by the ...