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... The latter became both our favorite.
When we left the bodega we felt we had had enough wine for the day and decided to switch to cheese, making another attempt with the cheese factory from the day before. This time we had better luck and got a very interesting tour of the farm and their little cheese factory. The woman explained everything from why they can only get milk from the goats half the year and need cows as backup to how the cheese is made. It was also ...
It's Heather with an update from Montevideo...
We bought bus tickets to go from La Barra to the capital of Uruguay, Montevideo. However, our hostel friend Martine offered to drive us since he lives there and was going on the same day. We took the rIde with him.
Martine told us that we should have a meal at Puerto Mercado, so after checking in, we headed over. There was a cruise ship in port, and the market was hopping with locals and ...
Today we were finally able to WALK off the ship, we had actually docked for only the second time this trip. Montevideo is an old colonial city and the buildings reflect the era. We walked through the lovely malls where the people were setting up their stalls. Most traffic is kept out of the city and there are many walking streets and malls. ...
... tomato, and boiled eggs along with french fries. It was absolutely delicious! Now... the pricing and food here in Uruguay is definitely more expensive then that of Argentina. I mean, what do you expect from a country who is known as the "Switzerland" of South America. Needless to say, we paid about $13 for our meal. I felt like it was worth it.
Following lunch, it was time to do some site seeing! Luckily, our hotel was in a central location and everything was walking ...
back into the old town to join the free walking tour. Again we were pleased
with this concept. The guide was a local and told us a lot not only about the
city and the buildings in the old town but also about Uruguay. Their current
President who can’t run for re-election according to their constitution is 80
and an old leftist rebel. He has made drastic social changes in a deeply
conservative country having legalised marijuana, ...