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The overnight bus from Porto Alegre was comfortable and safe and I managed to get some sleep. The bus was only a quarter full or so, so I could sleep over both seats. We made a few stops overnight and we arrived in Montevideo about an hour ahead of schedule. The bus station is quite modern but I couldn't withdraw any money from the ATM for some reason. Having no Uruguay pesos, I walked to the hostel which took about 45 minutes. The hostel is 'Macanudo', ...
... West). The old colonial areas are pretty interesting with the usual traits of major Spanish cities but by far the most interesting bits were the cultural elements you learn about. Some unknown graffiti artist doesn’t like the concrete tiles on the pavement all around the city so at night after they have put in a new area of they he digs one up in each area and
replaces it with a mixed colour one. No one knows who does it or why but ...
... match done, time to celebrate (the defeat…) so, Irish pub, live loud music and following the reco of some locals: Bluzz Bar “a place where good ***** happen”!
Never statement has been truer. Forget the detox from Buenos Aires, Montevideo is another party place, smaller but ******* good! And, another quote from Bluzz "you will never be as young as you are tonight" (by Chuck Palanhiuk - the author of Fight Club).
And if you with the good people… au ...
... charity, lives in his old farm house and drives around town in a beetle with no body guards. He recently legalised abortion, gay marriage and marihuana so is changing the social aspects of the country. We watched some Capoeira which is like a dancing martial arts and got dragged up for some pictures which was quite funny! We also tried a few local alcoholic drinks... One is a mix of sparkly and white wine which was nice and tasted like a dessert ...
The temperatures are rising as we now head for Montevideo. Azure, blue, cloudless skies with magnificent wandering albatross, shearwaters and giant petrels circling around us. Happily during the day there has been absolutely no pressure to wear one's Gucci numbers; a mixture of parkas, quilted jackets and other Seabourn items have easily sufficed, but now we can return to those flimsy outfits once again!
An invitation to a Galley ...