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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
... clearly going to the same place. The bus was crowded and we had to stand at the back where we couldnt drink the alcohol we had bought as the policewoman who happened to be there told us off. For an hour the bus wound its way through the streets of Punta and La Barra before stopping outside a petrol station. Here, everyone piled off. So we got off too, still with no idea where the gig was supposed to be, we were expecting it to be on the actual beach as this is what it was billed ...
... an hour to midnight we headed out across the peninsula to the other side to see the fireworks. Some people were already letting some off, and there were lots of people by their cars with music blaring and having a party in the street. It was a brilliant atmosphere. At midnight across the whole coastline leading to the horizon all the buildings and hotels were letting of fireworks and people were letting them off from the beach. It was very picturesque ...
... is held up until the gates open. We are glad we have allowed plenty of time in case of another blockade. The expressway is clear and we get to the airport with plenty of time to spare, paying our driver with a mix of pesos and US dollars.
At check in, we can’t get the window seat we think we booked six months ago, but are mollified by an allocation to Premium Economy, whatever that is. In the lounge, Dianne is sorting out photos in ...
... be three hours to Buenos Aires, via Buquebus). It was fifty five Uruguayan Pesos. I enquired about the card fee, as to pay via ‘plastic’. She was not sure but stated the option of being able to pay also, in Argentinian Pesos. The charge would be eleven $AR Pesos and thankfully I had that in my wallet. With this one positive piece of information, I paid. Enclosing, I asked why her colleague still looked so bitter? She looked at him and back to me; looking embarrassed, ...