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... surprised it came by the bottle. I had assume it was mixed up in a glass, but this is a real, official product. It was very refreshing. (I plan to make my own at home.) The food in South America continues to be relativey unimpressive. We knew from our guide book to not expect much - beef, pasta and pizza are the staples. Charles is happy eating steak everyday, but I'm definitely plumping up on all the ...
The cottage was a bit like Little House on the Prairie, but instead of being located on a dusty plain in Tornado Alley, it was set in the middle of a huge lawn in three acres of verdant grounds belonging to the owners who inhabited the big house at the end of the drive. With woods to one side and a vineyard to the other, it was quite idyllic. Rustically but comfortably furnished it had everything we could possibly need including a cast ...
... normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">A sweet old lady ran the hostel. Well, she was sweet until the morning Claire had a shower. The lady pulled open the shower curtain to start a full blown conversation in Spanish to a very naked very startled Claire. It proved very difficult to explain that this was not normal for us and for some reason we don't think its likely to be very normal for the rest of Uruguay either.
... on the ground and slashing my ankle open in the process! Devastating! Especially given that we had spent our last Uruguayan pesos on our products, to the cent! Still, I was able to use my card to purchase a new beer (super important!) before getting back to the hostel to patch up my leg which had bled a lot - it appeared the glass had slashed an artery.
On our final morning, we had a lazy start before making our way down to ...
Countries visited since last entry: Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Uruguay
After months of training, Spud attemps the four-day hike of Machu Picchu - and succeeds.Plus he makes sure he sees some other popular sights in South America.