Holiday Inn Montevideo
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Only a 1hr boat and country 13 here u are!! We arrived into Coloina a little historic town. The streets were lined with massive trees and cobbled stoned streets very cute... Pretty much just wandered the streets and took pictures. There were lots of cool picture opportunities heheh
Next morning it was only a 3hr bus to the nations capital of Montevideo
Had heard from people it's a place that u could miss out on. So after a wander to down the main street to the older area of ...
... en aeldre (62 aar) franskmand 'Sauveur'. Han rejste alene og havde gjorte det i 9 aar a 2-3 maaneder hvert aar. Det undrede mig hvad hans grund var til dette. Altsaa hans historie. Det kom han selv ind paa; han var blevet afskediget for 9 aar siden som ingenioer, da den franske regering ville skabe flere jobs til den store gruppe af arbejdsloese unge, ved at tilbyde hans job til 2 unge ved at han blev afskediget med loen. En af hans kollegaer blev ogsaa afskediget og doede 2 aar efter ...
... wood burning stove which are spread across under the meat. After much deliberation, Wolfgang talked me through all the cuts and how fatty they were, I went for the montecort as did Andy. Very nice! He was the only German, we were also out with Tom and he was the only one who didn't like beer! What? We are looking forward to our first chivito.... Went to the market in class today....we were driven out by the builders ...
... spent quite a
lot of the morning on a small beach (which somehow had wifi?!). Was followed
round by some dog which wouldn’t leave me alone for about two hours (aww gay),
but used the time trying to sort out my ticket on to Montevideo as became
apparent I could see everything in a day there. Unfortunately couldn’t get the
website to accept my card so ended up having to pay double at the office there,
which essentially meant, in continuation from yesterday ...
... up a bit. The walk down to the lighthouse at Punta Bravo wasn't bad. It was breezy, as one would expect on the waterfront. There wasn’t a lot to see except for the lighthouse, itself. We paid U$15 each (75 cents) to go up to the top. The view there was better, although it’s really not a very tall lighthouse. We took a few photos, mostly of each other, and went back down. There is a colony of cats that live on the peninsula, all colors and sizes. ...