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... is more cafeteria than restaurant but still good. Gab has Salmon while I have whatever the fish of the day was along with far too much from the salad bar - but surely too much salad is good for you right?.
After lunch we walk around the coast and around the beach a bit more before heading back to the hostel to relax for a little while. Before we know it it is time to go to the bus station. It is very sad to once again be farewell ...
... and we wanted to share the entire song with you.
3. If you have no desire to watch us bouncing around on horses, just take a few seconds to view the last 3 seconds of the video to see the sunset.
T n' A
- Strangely enough, I did not capture Adam surfing on camera. I can't remember if I didn't record him because he didn't want me to or if I was worried I'd get sand in the camera. Next time.
... a hill, which overlooks the whole town. The chairlift turned out to be a bit scary, as it was swinging in the wind over the highway and Chris kept commenting on how it needed a bit more maintenance - as I said before, ignorance is bliss! After that comment I kept freaking out a bit.... As soon as we got to the top, a huge fog/mist came over and covered everything, so that our view was one of white mist. Oh well, bad luck!!! We headed back and looked at all the beautiful boats ...
... the indigenous animals of Uruguay in natural surroundings. The setting at the foot of the Pan de Azucar (sugarloaf) hill was beautiful and the vultures and eagles flying freely overhead wonderful, but we were quite distressed by the small enclosures given to some of the animals. The Reserve was probably ahead of its time and very well-intentioned when set up, but
the concept of animal parks has changed so much over the 30-40 years. Enjoyed a good ice-cream at the café, ...
... strong... ploughmans for breakfast lunch and tea anyone?? the good thing is that we did actually go have lunch on our first day and the food was noticeably far worse than in montevideo and in argentina for outrageous prices so we are quite happy to just make our own stuff.
So yes we were excited to get here. its nice to put down the backpack for a few days and just meander around. the biggest adjustment we have had is the lifestyle! although we have been siesta-ing ...