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... gay marriage. He
has also given up the trappings of office using the Presidential palace as a
homeless refuge and driving around in his own car which is a VW beetle. We
rushed off at the end of the tour to catch the hop on hop off bus which covered
a large part of the city. We stayed on the bus for the whole circuit and were
very taken by the massive palace like homes in the rich suburbs we drove
through. Back at the port where we had caught the ...
... Walk in town,absorbing.Breathe.Air. meeting them two,having a pizza.they walk ne to milonga.loved it.Local milonga only few blocks away. Danced so much.Again challenges.Nice embraces.Different! Looovely dancers-with some if them I dance twice.Wow.woooow.i have improved tiny little little bit but i feeeeel it. They like me and my hug!Same. Goodbye Uruguay.I shall be back and explore you. thanks to Andres and his family.The best ...
... Commodore Club, is full of newbies. Oh well…On another note—we see our shops pal, Richard, from the QM2. He is the manager of the shops on the Queen Victoria and will complete this World Voyage (his third) and retire from cruising to continue his young life on land. We have coffee with him to hear all about his travels and experiences after he left the QM2. So, we arrive in Montevideo, the political and economic center of Uruguay, on ...
... notice something is amiss with me, because I guess it's fairly normal for me to be wrestling with random men in the street otherwise, and decide to take action. And by that I mean scream, which is what T does, and very loudly. With my back on the ground, arms locking my camera into position I found I actually had a fairly good grip on the situation. The man couldn't step too near to me without me delivering a sound kick to the shins and knees. ...
... of some in flight entertainment was looking as slim as the plane. Other than uncontrollably reclining seats in front of us, and squawking babies having their nappy changed behind us, the journey was the most expensive and uncomfortable one we have experienced yet. On arrival in MVD, we were surprised to see that 1 passenger had managed to come by a 42" TV between passport control and the luggage carousel. I'm still wondering how he fitted it in the overhead locker! We ...