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... seem to mainly be named after other counties, or cities. However some of them are a little random like Armenia Ave, and then there are ones named after people, like Mahatma Ghandi Ave which I thought was a little strange as as far as I'm aware, he didn't have much to do with Latin America... 3. Like many Latin American cities, the urban planning has allowed for a lot of green spaces, with beautiful parks, running tracks and waterfront boulevards (known as ...
... with his afternoon naps he was dead to the world, so instead I hunted for any device that displayed the time. Predicting it was roughly 20:00pm I was horrified when I saw my iPad light up, 04.55am!! Ah! Now even with the laissez-faire South American attitude to evening soirées, turning up and expecting cooked grub close to the crack of dawn is impossible. Apart from the few party goers, the city would be bare, with business resuming no earlier than tomorrow's ...
... to climb up to the top. The views are quite impressive, and you can see the high rises of Buenos Aires across the Rio Plate (you have to look really close on the picture). At it's widest point, the Rio Plate is about 140 miles in width! The Rio Plate is also the sight of the first naval battle of WWII, further south, close to Montevideo. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of _the_River_Plate
Colonia has lots of history and ...
Hmm. Montevideo felt like the one that got away.
Of course two nights was only going to scratch the surface of the place, but there really seemed to be so much under that surface.
Actually the surface, at first look, seemed to be quite dull. I arrived on a cold Sunday afternoon and the streets were grey and deserted.
It was great to be hosted by Couchsurfer Gabriel. We had loads in common and got on like a house on fire. He took me to sample ...
I arrived into Montevideo around 2pm. To get here I had to take a ferry from Buenos Aires to Colonia, then transfer to a bus which took me to Montevideo. Once at the bus station I met Rafael (the Brasilian guy I stayed with in Florianópolis). We checked into our hostel in Montevideo and went for a walk around the area we were staying and watched a beautiful sun set across Rio de la Plata. On our second day Rafael and I ...