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... 1000 pesos
- Sleep at the airport & wait for Useche there
In the end i went with option 1 and chose the Sarandi hostel address as i saw they had rooms available and i just needed it for the evening.
Get to the address at almost 3am and ring several times. Mind you this is a 24hr hostel. The guy was sleeping and told me to go away as they had no beds so after telling him he did he told me to go away again.
Old mate in the shuttle was nice enough to wait ...
... door slamming suddenly take on a more sinister feeling,your heart beat is perhaps slightly elevated,you have a tendency to check from side to side regularly,you feel for your wallet or your purse and hold your bag close,you may cough over loudly and evan whistle,a sure sign for any observer with dark intent that you are masking your fear.
I am on the Ramblas Promenade,a 20km stretch of concreted low walled pathway snaking its way around the seafront ...
... explore the sights of the town, but when the exploring of the town is complete after, ermmm...10 minutes, it really hits home...you're not in Kansas anymore. To quote the title of the strokes' debut album....Is This It? Now, if you're more of a fan of the simple life, you can opt to stay a few days in a rural Uruguayan ranch. The one which I had the...pleasure(?)...of staying was close to the Argentinian border (I think, but I'm no ...
... even as compared to a cab, but with two kiddos (and their car seats) there is a certain convenience to having your own wheels. We don’t regret our decision.
In Uruguay, we knew the economics were less in our favor. We expected to arrive at 230AM, which would probably negate our ability to take the bus to the city. And our research indicated that the taxi mafia is rather unpredictable, with fares to the city ranging from ...
... Maybe because I upfront tell them they annoy me, maybe because I'm awesome;the reason has always been unclear.
So Diego has to go back to work, and we decide to grab some lunch and take a walk around town with the 10 year old Candela. As one may or may not expect 10 year olds are actually very good guides. At least this one was. Our first stop was the bank to get out money.
"Candela, how much is 100 peso in Uruguay?" We asked