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... smug that we had worked out that we would save about £30 by getting a bus to the tres cruces terminal and a taxi to the hotel from there. Unfortunately, we hadn't banked on having to spend £4 on some Chicken McNuggets to break the 1000 peso (£31) note we had so kindly been given by the ATM. Neither had we appreciated the need to break the hieroglyphic code on the front of buses (Por X X X) to realise they were going to tres cruces (three crosses). We finally got to ...
... chargers, along with things that looked dusty and moth eaten. Not surprisingly Kory and I made a bee-line for the food and then left fairly quickly.
Although we enjoyed our time in Montevideo we were eager to get to a beach that was a bit smaller and had a few less skyscrapers. The area that we were staying in was very developed and there were office and residential sky scrapers covering any spare space, up to the beach. However, there ...
... wasn’t kidding. We learned to be patient right away. When we got into Esquel we learned that there was only one bus a day that goes to the Chile border and that that bus would be leaving at 6pm. It was 12pm so we had 6 hours to hang out. Chile and Argentina are more than serious about siestas in the afternoon. Everything besides the grocery store and bus station were closed between 1-4, so we didn’t have much to do besides hang out in the plaza ...
... and heading to the beach when things got too hot. Similar to Argentina, night-life in Uruguay does not start until around 9pm, which is not far off our bedtime; given our inability to tan or stay up past 10pm, we have decided a life in Uruguay is not for us.
From Montevideo, we headed further along the coast to a small resort town called Manantiales which appears to be a mecca for the most gorgeous ...
... schaue mich um, sehe einen Schrank von Mann in einer Ecke stehen, gehe rüber und stelle mich demonstrativ neben ihn. Er scheint mich zu verstehen, unsere Blicke treffen sich kurz und die Sache ist klar. Ich werde in Ruhe gelassen.
Dann spricht mich noch noch mal ein recht netter Mann an (der ist in der gleichen Herberge wie ich....), aber mir reicht es, ich gehe nach Hause und lasse Yasmin mit David zurück.
Das ist ja eklig. Ich bin doch kein Frischfleisch, ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking