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- Continental Breakfast
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... prison.) It's safe, has some interesting and charming neighbourhoods and a perfect climate to boot.
I'm sitting here watching the Rio de la Plata, which really does look silver in the early morning light. To get there I follow tree lined streets which seems to be typical here. I walk past townhouses that were built by the waves of immigrants over the last hundred years; Spanish, Italian, German. Everyone seems to have a dog to walk (or carry) and everyone has time to idle over ...
... set up like a plane, except by boat. We also got to pick our seats which was key so get in line early! We sat by the window of course and were ready to enjoy the scenery. The boat had a taxfree shop, some cafe's on board, and places to eat at. It was set up really cute!
We got to Colonia, Uruguay a little after 10 AM (11 AM in Uruguay) so it took us a little over an hour to get there. From there we got our luggage and got on the bus which headed to Montevideo and left at ...
... to the hostel, checked in and had a shower and a sleep for an hour or two. I was going to go out for dinner but my research showed that restaurants are expensive here so decided to buy some pasta and things from the supermarket and cook at the hostel. I read my book on the roof terrace and had a couple of beers with others from the hostel before bed. Met: Tom (English) law student, lived in Pimlico before travel Izzie, American from Boston Lucas, German ...
... pasta. It's the most hostel cooking I've done. I cut up the raw chicken. Look at me go! Unsurpisingly the hobs were pretty rubbish and it took a long time to cook. It was a good fill though. Ater that the other two settled into streaming Made In Chelsea (yep, that's what I thought) and I caught up on blogging before booking the same flight as the others to Patagonia. It was a bit more than they paid, but that's the price of flexibility.
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... at the houses with different coloured doors, and with a real European atmosphere to it. Dinner was in the old part of the town too.
On Sa**************ed to Ilha Grande. This was a mere two hours in a bus, followed by two hours on a ferry (although it felt like a lot more for those poor people who got seasick). By the time we got on the boat, the sun was out and it was feeling much nicer - certainly than it had been way back in Colonia in Uruguay! I'd done my research ...