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... with a guy we had met in Florianopolis- Simeon from Germany. He had a Swedish mate with him so I made plans to hang out with them after Sam left.
We all walked Sam to the bus stop and we had a little goodbye before he jumped on the bus to the airport and the remaining 3 of us walked to the bus station to get our tickets to our next respective destinations, which for me is back to Porto Alegre, tonight. 2 day trip to Uruguay! Yay!
We went for a walk through ...
So my flight landed at 1:30 & after i went through passport control i had to figure out what to do from there.
I went to the security desk and spoke to him about hostels & he was nice enough to try and call the one on Sarandi that i found online. They didn't answer. He tried a few more and none of them were answering. I had some options.
- Get a shuttle to an address of my choice for 280 Uruguayan pesos
- Wait 2 hrs for the first bus for 42 pesos
- Get a ...
... the port, you had to walk into the city. Rob and Robbie (slightly merry after the cocktails - "Pimms Royale" - on board the ship as we arrived in the harbour) ventured slightly longer with Hardy and Craig whilst Ian and Pete returned to the ship - one to a cabin, one to a bar - ...
... that seemed to multiply every day we were there. The animals provided us with a fair bit of entertainment as one of the dogs (Leo) was extremely hyperactive and loved to pick up the kittens and run around with them in his mouth which seemed very cute at first, until he got a bit carried away with himself which didn't work out too well for one of the kittens and from then on we referred to Leo, the dog in question, as 'the murderer' for the rest of the time we were there. We are ...
... to wait 20 minutes for the car rental agent to come back inside from helping someone else. Then it took him a good half hour to rent us our car. Why does everything need to take three times longer than necessary?? Unlike in the US, car rental in these countries is not a scalable process -- AVIS only had one guy working, and he had to rent the car, go out to the lot and get it, and then drive it up to the terminal for us to take it. ...