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So on Tuesday, 9th February we present ourselves at the gleaming Buquebus ferry terminal for our one and a half hour trip from Buenos Aires to Colonia in Uruguay. (Note – the locals pronounce it 'ooroowhy'). The A/C on board is so ferocious that I am blue with cold by the time we arrive. I make a mental note to wear my …
... about 9 times the price. After the waitress had helpfully cut this in half, an operation not to dissimilar from splitting the atom, except slightly more bacon scented, sean inhaled slightly, vacuuming up his entire dinner, and leaving him in a state of irritated dissatisfaction and unfulfillment until now only experienced by hannah.. Sensing the night souring, the three of us put our heads together to come up with some ...
... br> Selvom jeg naesten er blevet flash-backer med min smartphone og kan vaere online paa de fleste hostels og restauranter, saa har tidens aand foert et andet problem med sig. Der er nemlig ikke mange internet cafeer rundt omkring mere, da alle har sin egen computer under armen. Irriterende for mig og mit blog-skriveri. Denne blog har nu taget to dage og jeg er med tiden rejst fra Colonia til Montevideo. Men mere om dette naeste gang :o)
Masser af godt vejr og god karma til Jer derhjemme.
... to the Brazilian guy about places
to go there, what he had done in Uruguay, an d ultimately why the country is so
After getting drenched then walked (more) to the bus
station, eventually stopping for my first hot food in 3 days… the only thing I
could afford… the worlds smallest Jason sausage in a bread bun. Mmm. Was a bit
confused as to which bus I should get, as my company had no one on the
counter/had no buses… A ...
... left open for growing crops and raising large herds of cattle. The uniqueness of the soil allows for the formation of many marshes and shallow lakes. Uruguay is one of the world's great birding locations.
Like most of the continent, the country has a stormy, violent history thanks to its invasion by various European countries. Through the efforts of statesman, Jose Batlle y Ordonez, in 1918, 400 years after it was first seen ...