Hotel Plaza Fuerte
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... to the front of the hostel. Thank god. We were so over walking.
I sat in the hostel for the rest of the day doing some more TEFL study before it came 7:30 and I had to make my way to the bus station to get my connection back to Porto Alegre. I had a few $ left in my wallet that I needed to get rid of so I went to the supermarket to buy whatever I could to ditch all of my Uruguay Pesos. Some fruit, veggies and chocolate and then it was time to board the bus, and pass ...
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I woke up and spoke to old mate for a while and then he explained to me that Uruguay would be playing in one of the worlds oldest and most historic stadiums on the 4/6 but this would be after my pre booked flight.
I now contemplated changing my days so i could go (this would be a bad decision later - you will see)
"The centenario stadium is one of the oldest stadiums in world football and hosted the first world cup final in 1930 ...
... crazy cider fight in the streets of Montevideo. A kitten that may or may not having been killed would not dampen our spirits, It did for about ten minutes - maybe a little bit longer for Caz and Stacey. It was great being with what were old friends, even though we had only met a few months earlier. That's something that travelling does to you, it makes you open up so much more and spending a few days with new friends and sharing experiences creates a permanent bond. The day ...
Montevideo is the capital or Uruguay and is home to just over one third of the country's population or 1.3 million people: yeah Uruguay is that small. It kind of had the same feel to it as Santiago; you could definitely tell it was a capital by the things to do during the day but it just didn't seem very vibrant or south America. Uruguay is incredibly developed, comparable or even better than most western European countries. With lush green farmland and (generally) gorgeous weather, ...