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... with them. I was also very impressed that the bathrooms all have a separate baby bath next to the commode. My delusion was shattered when Debbie informed me that the thing next to the commode had an altogether purpose indeed not related to baby bathing. I hope it is obvious this paragraph was a joke.
Speaking of babies Emily has made great developmental steps on the trip. Debbie was not sure how the trip would affect Emily's progression but ...
... credit card. That wasn't the end of the world, but it also meant we had about 1200 Uruguayan pesos cash left (NZ$60), so we set out to spend them at a very nice wine and cheese bar down a small side street.
Next day it was back to BA having knocked off another country, albeit only for 24 hours. We were on the morning ferry to get back in time to catch our afternoon overnight bus to Puerto de Iguazu, right up on the border with ...
Colonia Del Sacramento is a nice little daytrip from Buenos Aires by ferry. The provider we went with is called Buquebus and has quite a fancy terminal at BA's Dársena Norte habour. It almost feels like an airport with check-in, passport control and boarding gates.
The catamaran ferry (holding at least 200 people) left Buenos Aires at 08:45am and would bring us across the "Rio de la Plata" in just over an hour. With the time difference taken ...
... around the city for several hours on a fascinating tour of Porto Alegre: largely incomprehensible Portuguese commentary blared out from a speaker beneath us but most of the pretty sights were fairly self-explanatory and the drive alone was enough to keep us interested. The predicted rain arrived around halfway through and we were forced to take cover downstairs, but it luckily didn't take long to subside and we could reascend to the top deck for the rest of the tour. ...
... other tourists, I couldn't help but think that they had to have been jealous.
I got to see tons of interesting in the old town and had to stop frequently to snap photos. It seemed like on every block, there was something to see. After I stopped in the old town, I biked north along the coast. There were some beaches there but the water was brown because the water was coming ...
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