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Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
... dry and typically the rain stopped. Amanda (the Aussie) very nicely has lent me some dry clothes for the day! Off we went again to find some food, we tried some churros which are a bit like a flat, crunchy doughnut. I had one with chocolate which was lovely. Later when we walked past the shop again the queue was huge and went up the whole block so they are obviously very popular here. To a Spanish restaurant we went and I tried some local fish (I ...
... We were pleased to get a pick-up, and an early reunion with Anna and Lisa at the airport.
We’ve had a great trip – South Georgia and Antarctica are definitely special – but we’re glad to be home. We must be getting old (and maybe the granddaughters have something to do with it as well), but we find that we’re very happy to come home after one month now, whereas for many years we mainly did three-month trips. However it won’t be long before we’re planning the next trip!
... br> was a short distance to the ferry compound. Here I waited in a matrix of queues as the sun lowered. I watched night set in and thought my Uruguayan experience was finally at an end. The queues in question (I would later find out), were to ‘check in’ and for boarding. None had been sign posted and it was now a bit of panic set in. I was in need of help! As the queues were spiralling in a ‘figure of eight’ pattern, it really was not clear where each began. ...
... the evening we watched Face-Off a fantastically absurd but enjoyable film even if many of the other hostelers found itīs premise shallow and pedantic. We also found out about the major constituents of Israelīs GDP and their illogical 130% tax on cars!
Yesterday we headed to Punta del Este and the many beaches and yachts it offers. Having had a wander round the yacht club and decided a life as a stowaway unrealistic we were very excited by the Sea Lions! Dave ...