San Pedro de Timote
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We arrived in Montevideo in the afternoon and were met by our latest Couch surfing host, Simon. The meeting was somewhat funny. As we got through the terminal exit doors, I looked at Simon as he is at me but neither of us were sure if it was at the right person or not. After getting the awkward first impression over, we all walked for the 45min trip to his apartment (Aurelie's idea to walk for so long). After setting our bags down, we headed to the local ...
It's Heather with an update from Montevideo...
We bought bus tickets to go from La Barra to the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo. However, our hostel friend Martine offered to drive us since he lives there and was going on the same day. We took the rIde with him.
Martine told us that we should have a meal at Puerto Mercado, so after checking in, we headed over. There was a cruise ship in port, and the market was hopping with locals and ...
At sea Woke to a grey sky and bigger swell!!!! However, I must be getting my sea legs because I soon forgot about it and got on with the day. Again, went to Spanish class and we were carrying on with describing objects going on to describing people. Camera club was 12.15 and this time it was about 'World photography' We actually went down to Medina Restaurant for lunch,where we enjoyed a pleasant lunch and met some ...
At sea Today has been a sea day.We set off last night about 6.15 pm set sail for Chile. Good weather and sea conditions. We went to our Spanish at 11.00am.This time we were learning how to describe objects. I also went to camera club at 12.15 for a talk on 'Reportage' which is about taking photos of people in situ,preferably without them knowing you are ...
This is our first full day at sea. It started off fine but a little cooler for the walk around the deck. We attended a lecture presentation by one of the three Antarctica Specialists aboard. He told us about the continent in general with lots of information. It is bigger than the U.S. and Mexico combined. We met him up in the ...