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... almonds for dinner.
There is a local park all lit up which warranted a night photo shoot, bumped into one of the group and had cup of tea under lights.
late start tomorrow for bus ride to 3 day estancia (farm stay with gauchos) - so maybe horse riding and other farmy type chores. Will be offline as no power/wifi without generator.
see you in iguacu after estancia :)
... art display that provided some pretty interesting shots that I've attached.
There was a great antique market selling soup to nuts in their little kiosks, Deb was quite interested and we spent over an hour in the square going to tent to tent. One the way back we just had to stop at The Sea Port Market. Reminiscent of Toronto’s market just a little, but, this was ten times better. ...
... of the most historic sites when it comes to football. That would make it an excellent site for a football museum. Therefore, in Stadio Centenario, there is a football museum. I draw the short straw however, for it was closed due to maintenance. Free guided walking tours can be found in all major cities in Europe, and apparently so in Montevideo as well. Unfortunately I couldn't find an English-speaking one, but thanks to the wonders of modern electronics, an audio-guided tour found ...
... and the kindness of my new contacts such as Paulo, Fabricio, Ferron, Ariana and Clovis ...
... and said he would fix it, and returned sometime later (after Mr H had finished his meal) with spinach stuffed pancakes, which were tasty, but not quite the last meal in Uruguay we'd had in mind.
We returned to our hostel, and updated the Blog, before asking the hostel staff to call a taxi for us. 20 minutes later, she still hadn't managed to do this, so after a final 5 minutes, when she eventually found out that there were no taxis available, we donned ...