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... if I actually am fat. I know I gained a bit since traveling in south
america. But I'm not that bad, I thought. The thing is I can't do diets.
I love food and eating and chocolate. Since Chile and the people who
were with me on the pachamama bus, I'm addicted to ice cream. Even
though it's chilly we had ice cream. Sometimes twice a day. When I came
to Argentina, Buenos Aires especially, it got even worse. At McDonald's
and Burger King you get soft ice ...
... hint to anyone looking for diving in South America: Google "buceo", the Spanish word for diving) and none of the phones seemed to be answered.
Upon getting to Uruguay we were finally able to get in touch with the only real dive operator (Punta Divers, located right near the bus terminal, (+598) 99171098). Unfortunately through my broken Spanish we were told that there would be no diving the next day because the winds would ...
... pretty Bad storm had gone through the Area killing People in Buenos Aires and Uruquay , this probaly inspired the Airport People to Tie Down my Airplane quickly after Landing altough the Wind was moderate with 15 kts.
I will explore the Area tomorrow....
Early start going east along the shore route # 10 via La Barra ,Jose Ignazio,La Paloma,Cabo Paloma where I stopped and climbed up the Lighthouse tower in La Paloma. Then somebody told me that up the road where you have to cross ...
... of the Rio de la Plata, 180km west of Montevideo (the capital of Uruguay), but only 50kms from Buenos Aires by ferry. It was founded in 1680, and Spain took control of it in 1777. From this time the city’s importance declined, as foreign goods proceeded directly to Buenos Aires, instead of coming here first. It now has a population of about 22,000/
Customs clearance was pretty straightforward, in a terminal not near as flash as that at BA. ...
... covered with bed sheets. There were only two lockers in the room and I made sure to get one. My choice was made easy as the other one could not lock; it had been broken into. With thoughts of eleven days ago still fresh in my mind, I gulped a deep breath.
As I was finishing putting everything away, I met two of my room mates, who were strangely in suits. One was from South America, while the other was a German. After introductions and brief small talk, a question was thrown out ...