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... than those in Cafayate.
Having made a decision, we walked back to the bus station to buy our tickets and decided to try the slightly more luxurious Cama Executivo class, with almost fully reclining seats and free meals. The difference in price, especially after an unexpected student discount, was virtually nothing anyway. With our tickets we then walked back to the center to explore the city a bit before leaving.
On the way, we passed the Casa de ...
... The next day we were awoken by a knock at the door. It was the next couchsurfers, a couple from São Paulo. We soon got up and pushed the sofa back into position before getting ourselves out in the town again. We walked the same initial distance to the bus station to buy our tickets for the next day before sitting in a park. After eating our sandwiches, we made the short trip to the Monumental Centenario (the first football stadium to hold a World Cup ...
... but after careful research I read that the artist who designed the fingers was inspired to make a sculpture of hand "drowning" as a warning to swimmers as the waters at La Barra up the beach had rougher waves which were only good for surfing.
After taking countless pictures and relaxing at the beach, it was time to head back to our bus. We departed the beach at about 4:15 PM where we headed to what they know as the "Beverly Hills of Punta del Este." The houses here ...
... pasta. It's the most hostel cooking I've done. I cut up the raw chicken. Look at me go! Unsurpisingly the hobs were pretty rubbish and it took a long time to cook. It was a good fill though. Ater that the other two settled into streaming Made In Chelsea (yep, that's what I thought) and I caught up on blogging before booking the same flight as the others to Patagonia. It was a bit more than they paid, but that's the price of flexibility.
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... about this tour was the way that we used public transport as much as possible. It was surprising how comfortable it was and a great way to explore a different country.
We arrived in Montevideo around lunchtime and again had a walking tour through the old part of the city to the old port market building, which had lots of restaurants inside, ranging from stalls to proper sit down restaurants. All of them had the meat barbecues on offer, hardly my thing but certainly ...