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Had a good sleep, had breakfast,bit of a sunbathe then got ready for trip out at 12.30. We had a tour around the city and saw, Independence square and the parliament buildings,as well as some little green parrots!!! We also had a ride out into the countryside, where it was sparsely populated, with little ramshackle communities.Again, we were surprised by the relative poverty we saw. It is also the middle of their summer holidays and there didn't seem to be many people about, plus it was ...
I didn't get much sleep the night before heading to Montevideo because I was sharing a dorm with 5 26year old Argentinian boys who were there for a wedding. They went out and all came in at different times putting on the light and making loads of noise. When they finally went to sleep there was one who was snoring like crazy. Anyway it didn't really matter because I could sleep on the bus. In the morning I went into Colonia again to take photos as now I bought a new camera. At 13.00 I ...
... Vince & Karen just outside of the market and returned back to the ship with them as we’d planned to have dinner together – it was the light night for our regular Texas cash game so we both needed to be there. All went well at the cash game.
Buenos Aires is just a short, short distance from Montevideo so it’s basically slow-speed all the way to BA so that we arrive at 7:00 ...
... with some insane stories! Gotta be honest there hasn't been a huge amount of cultural stuff been done yet, we had a quick wander round the government and presidential buildings today which were really impressive, went down to the docks which theyre clearly trying to turn into the very upmarket part of town with huge new blocks of flats and fancy buildings - from the little I've seen I absolutely love Buenos Aires, its probably my favourite city so far. Didn't really read ...
... lack of funds.
Didn’t fancy paying over the odds for any of these things so reverted back to a late Pringles lunch. Pringles have now brought out stacking corn chips, so that was dinner sorted too as none of the other affordable options appealed. Didn’t fancy the pre-packed sandwiches which, as in Argentina, come with crusts removed! Had to make use of my in room fridge to sample the local beers, first the Patricia Dunkel and later the Porter ...