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Good location - well we'll see.
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... would bring their crops to sell. Today, it is a flea market, complete with all the same stuff we see at flea markets at home. Surrounding the square on three sides are fast food places like Mickey D’s and Burger King, small cafes, and shops. The fourth side of the square is bordered by the Ministry of Transportation, a rather large, modern, and imposing building. In the center of the square is a marble fountain, brought from Italy in the ...
... interest in our project and was working with a team that projects Uruguayan films all across the country thanks to a mobile projection system. He introduced us to his director whom we interviewed and learnt a lot about the film industry in the country, notably the problem with the distribution of local films.
Overall Montevideo was a very nice place filled with Matte drinkers and a population full of hope and creativity.
... will) here there were men playing drums and various instruments with many girls and some men dancing to the beat. It was very exciting to watch I swear everyone on this continent can really move! We ordered ensalada completo which was a massive salad with various vegetables and eggs and stuffed ourselves with free bread and chimichurry and another pickled cabbage dressing.
When we stuffed ourselves we left and made our way back home. Vanessa has a routine for A Body ...
... such a welcome when just passing by.
With high hopes yet expecting nothing, we approached the Front desk. They had found our backpack! The lady sets it on the counter “This is your blue backpack?" Yes! It is!
They had us check if the contents were ours and still all complete. And it was. The supervisor was there was well, and offered to have it sent to our room. Ha! Not on your life. Arthur was clinging to his backpack and would not let it go. ...
... town to catch my overnight bus to Buenos Aires.
Day 108: Wandering Buenos Aires
Sept 10, 2005
14 hrs, 17.7 kms
In the morning, no more endless plains and vineyards, rather the vast sprawl of Buenos Aires. We cruise along an elevated highway which gives a good view of the good, bad and the gritty of the city.
The bus station is right in the heart of the city, near the port. Looking forward to exploring this city, but first things first: I ...