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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... we could anchor and get on Port Stanley. I was very very upset to hear this news! I'd like to go to the captain to beg him please make every attempt to get us onto Port Stanley!! I would not have booked this trip if it's not for the king penguins there! .... I am worried now ....
2pm we attended Col Bauer's lecture about social life in the White House. Enjoyed it again. Can't wait to read more stores in his book!
... hostel and asked the receptionist to call the security company, to see if when they clean out the machine, they find anything. Apparently the ATMs here have a feature where they eat your card if it isn't collected so I guess we have to wait and see if it turns up later on. There is nothing we could do about it now. We called it an early night tonight as we had planned on getting up early in the morning to rent a car and see some of the country by car.
... friend Disco so all round successful!
Next stop Colonia!
The Nitty Gritty:
Accommodation: El Viajero: The second of these chain of hostels we have stayed at. More or less the same setup as the last one but however with a bit more room. The doubles are really nice and good value the dorm is certainly more than acceptable, certainly for the price. There is a decent sized kitchen and living area and a pool table.
... what other option is there and just then the storm subsided. Light enough to run we hit the back streets and found a greasy spoon cafe which looked like heaven. Friendly staff, affordable grub, we ordered up! What's the time Karina says. Oh sod its 11.50! We can't spend new year here. Grabbing our drinks we instinctively ran outside and down to the harbour side as the coastline lit up from end to end with fireworks. No flash displays in South America, just everyone ...
Early morning was finally time to check out of the Milhouse and make out way to the ferry to get to Uruguay. Junior was not feeling the best today and we had to run around town trying to find a money exchange place as we still had about $200 USD in local money and we were told you couldn't change it outside of Argentina. As we found out it’s actually the other way around and you can’t change money in Argentina if you are not a local. So that ...