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... nice lunch beside the water enjoying a view over the bay. Montevideo was a nice city by day and Betty our tour guide did a great job. We get dropped off at the airport for our flight to Rio. Rob, Robbie and I arrive at our hotel about 1:30am and decide a good sleep is in order so we can have an early start after a long day ...
... themselves in abundance. There
is even a full sized theatre with a tango and acrobatic show.
For you older readers (you know who you are), remember the Love Boat series of
thirty years ago!
The ship has a complement of over a thousand staff, from all over the world, to
cater to your every need. How they keep so cheerful working long days, every day,
sometimes for months on end, I don't know. But they do.
A bit of background. This was a little known and visited country until the peco in Argentina crashed and since then it has been "discovered". The area covers 187,000 sq km with a population of about 3,250,000. Th Portuguese established Colonia in 1680 in order to smuggle goods into Buenos Aries. Spain responded by building Montevideo ...
The guy showed me around the city and it felt much different than Buenos Aires. It was much more accessible and less.. well, endless. I suppose that after being in London I preferred cities that allowed for getting lost but wasn't overwhelmingly huge. (As in, if I wanted to meet someone it wouldn't take an hour for each of us to get to the meeting point.)
Many of the things that ...
... with, and seeing the little kids, probably children of local Jewish families wearing the guernseys shouting "Dale Maccabi" gave me a little pride goose bumps. Details of the game; well, basically we were behind most of the game, then a beautiful comeback in the 3rd quarter and then a loss. Luckily for ALL the players, none were Jewish therefor a night of alcohol and partying was awaiting them in order to forget the defeat. For me and my hosts the fact the we were ...