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So just 3 days after misplacing his computer, he has it back in his possession. I say that is pretty good timing. Jim and Craig Williams met me at the airport. They do not own a vehicle. We took the city bus back to their beach front apartment. Again, I was pretty tired, so I fell asleep and slept from 2pm - 6pm. The Williams were staying with the Jim and Cheryl for 4 weeks while their apartment ...
... Uruguayan BBQ restaurants. They all have large open wood fired grills with all variety of meat being cooked on them. They are really expensive compared to other places we have been in South America (Uruguay is for everything) but they are an institution in Montevideo so we had to partake. I had a speciality Chivitos (Effectively a steak burger with the works) and Zoe had a beef strip. They were really good and as usual we waddled out absolutely ...
... The museum was closed for renovations, but we paid a few bucks to do our own stadium tour. We wandered around one stand of the massive stadium. I got a nice naked photo, sitting in the stand. We all wanted to stop for a rest, so sat in the stands, stoned as anything, watching the pitch. There were two men, marking the white lines on the pitch, for a Uruguay friendly (pre World Cup) game which was being played that weekend. While we were stoned, it intrigued us to watch these ...
... capitals. One thing we had to sample was a local 'parrilla' (BBQ meat feast) which Uruguay is rumoured to be even better than Argentina for but sadly it wasn't that great. However in the name of science I knew that another attempt would be required before making my final judgement.
In order to get to Buenos Aires we needed to take a ferry from a little town called Colonia on the south west coast which serves as a visa run for some people and for others a chance to ...
... I will have begun to learn a little of this small countries history and its association with the River Plate Basin.One highpoint to note however before I kick off this tour is that Uruguay is one of the most safe and prosperous countries in South America,its population made up of mainly European descendants it has a distinct European feel about it and I have a feeling it will be completely different to everything I have seen so far. ...