Austral Hotel Montevideo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Good budget hotel.
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... old churches and buildings still standing it was once a big port where the Portuguese set up house. Coming from Brazil it was much cheaper in Uruguay and we enjoyed dining out with a bottle of wine in a quaint little restaurant in the main square where old vintage cars were parked outside with plants growing out of them. Having finally received a visa for Argentina were were able to hope on a boat to Argentina just as the World Cup was ...
... the little towns we went passed with their very small brick houses. We arrived in Punta del Este at half 5 as we had to change buses in Montevideo. With a bit of daylight left we walked down to the beach to see the sunset over the waters and boats. Today we have a full day in Punta del Este, it is known as a hot summer vacation place for Uruygians and Argentinians. This was noticeable when we arrived in on the bus, the coastline is filled with a mixture of horrendous beach apartments ...
We arrived at Montevideo airport. Hannah ate two carrots. Nadia helped. We were met by Rodolfo and Marcia, the son and daughter of a real cool lady called Norma who we met for five minutes in a hostel back in Mexico. We had a lovely evening, bonding over pizza and teaching our new friends about the Queen. We got on so well that we decided to stay with them in their funky house for a whole week.
We explored Montevideo, ...
... 150 km from the border to Tehuantepec. Argentina had none at all.
People will help you. People will motivate you. People will feed you and talk to you and lift up your motorcycle when its down. People will tell you which direction to go in. People will stop traffic so you can get by. People will hold your luggage for you when you get lost. People will start your motorcycle for you when it won't ...
... we had seen in Brazil. Unfortunately, the grey skies that greeted us the whole time in Montevideo didn't allow us to appreciate any beauty it may have had and basically had us chomping at the bit to get over the water to Buenos Aires. So, we are close to being on the home straight on this mad journey but couldn't be more pumped for our last weeks in Argentina and Chile. Until then its time to brush up on the Spanish again, comb the beard, comb the 'fro and lets ...