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We arrived in Montevideo on a Saturday night after a short 3 hr bus journey from Colonia to be told there was an election the next day and nowhere could sell alcohol. Richard panicked, we rushed to the supermarket to find beer, all the beer fridges had signs on saying no alcohol could be servered until 8pm the next evening, they obviously wanted …
... dilapidated mermaids. We are sure back in the day they looked beautiful. Then it was off to the see the famous lighthouse and church, we noticed the church did not have any organs so we wondered if they play music during service. Then it was a quick walk to the marina where we saw the fishermen filleting their daily catch and some sea lions cruising around looking for scraps. After lunch we thought it would be a good chance to have some warm sun on the beach, unfortunately during ...
... gave us a tour of the surrounding area, during which we spent an entertaining 10minutes with the three of us stuck on a bull. In the evening we went to one of their friend's birthday drinks, sampling some Uruguayan wine and showing off our Cumbia skills (or lack there of).
We drove to Kiyu for the weekend to stay in Norma's house, which was absolutely beautiful, with views over its own private beach, and yet another ...
... in two main varieties: (i) the shorts and sandals and backpack toting tatooed long haired 28 year olds, and (ii) the pastel shirt, expensive shades with a guide book folks (which includes me). Each set has its own hotels or hostels, bars and restaurants and things too see. There is some overlap, but not much. Tourism is big, in all countries though. Much money to be made. There is now a lot of awareness of ...
This trip originated in early April when Copa had a deal between NYC and Montevideo, Uruguay for $400 round trip, bookable through end of schedule. We had previously been to Uruguay, but only to Colonia, so it was an appealing new destination at a great price. When we realized that it was possible to add a stopover in Panama City for just $40 more, it was a deal. We eventually booked our positioning flights on United, to and from LaGuardia, ...