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... square in Carmelo had a couple of options, one of which worked.
Turns out the hostel does not exist where stated and most
hotels near the river, about 10 blocks from the Plaza. Had to go to the ferry
terminal to get decent info and a map and then settled on a nearby hotel after
exhausting 3 other, 2 of which were unmanned – 700 pesos and not nice!
... was really nice.
We also drove through some very cool neighbourhoods, with me of course taking thousands of pictures!! Hah :)
We had the most famous ice cream in the country on the way back to the car and saw some seals at the port.
Made our way back and ended up arriving home late enough to enjoy some wine with ingrid before going to sleep.
There isn't much ...
... off of Kraft Dinner and Ichiban soup:-) It only has the basics - 1 big pot, 1 small pot, 1 big frying pan, 1 small frying pan. There is no spice cupboard, garlic press (a necessity in my world), drawers filled with gadgets or baking dishes.
I think it is going to take a few days to get back in the swing of things. I haven't cooked a meal for myself in over 2 months!!! Wow.... unbelievable.
But, I am 'home' again.
... all the noise. The disadvantages are obvious but the advantage for me is that I can pick up Spanish subliminally in my sleep from the conversations below and will probably soon be able to not only speak more Spanish, but swear and speak drunken Spanish as well. As there are many tourists around I am sure I will pick up many other languages as well.
We are in downtown BA.The area is surrounded by hotels, girlie joints (and a ...
... in Uruguay, but they are truly stunning, including at the B & B. I haven't had a chance to sample any but I continue to drool over the perfectly ripe, juicy, unblemished avocados in Uruguay.
Claudia and I finally stopped for a coffee later in the afternoon and then continued shopping a bit more. We eventually took the bus back to La Bara ($24 pesos or just over $1 CDN) rather than taking a $25 CDN cab ride. Later we asked the owner to make ...