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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 ...
... really isnt a whole heap to do outside of summer and it was much smaller than we had anticipated. As we walked up what what felt like a km long drive way we notice a lady waving at us. We thought just our luck we get to the end of the drive way just in time for her to tell us it's closed. But being Uruguay with friendly people, she lets us quickly zoom through this nothing of a castle in five minutes, which was all we needed really, there was nothing there.
... of elderly motor cars and trucks on the street, in all states of repair, from completely derelict, to old and munted, but of no collector value, to fully restored collector’s items. At this stage we suspected there was something about customs duty or import restrictions we should know about.
After we reached the remnants of city walls, the historic nature of the town became more apparent, together with the tourist trap aspects. The ...
... ktora byla z nimi. czy to adoptowana coreczka czy jakikolwiek inny chory uklad - jakos nie dopytywalismy. ale ten obrazek daje do myslenia w perspektywie walki tej ¨mnijeszosci¨o swoje ¨prawa¨.
dalej nie bylo juz giejow, bylo za to ladnie i dziko. do Valizas dotarlimy okolo 21.30 i z powodu zmeczenia udalismy sie do pierwszego miejsca ktore w odleglosci 20 m od wyjscia z plazy ktorym trafilismy do tej miejscowosci oferowalo noclegi. ...
... L’Hirondelle). Nevertheless it is not difficult to imagine why this place is so popular and mainly who frequents it: the well-to-do Uruguayans and Portenos (Buenos Aires residents). Life is not cheap here and that is what you would expect when shops like Louis Vuitton and Fendi line the streets!
Anyhow, clouds seem to be dispersing, time to get ready to work on my tan! :-)
Alright, having already left Punta I think it is time to wrap up this bit of the blog with ...