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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... come down with some girl flu which left billy-no-mates Ric to explore the city and try to find a shop that would exchange our US dollars on the blue market. I shouldn't have worried as the moment I hit the main tourist strip there were hordes of Argentines shouting out 'cambio' periodically or, should you err in making eye contact, asking you directly. My attempts to blend in as an argentine with a rucksack and zip-pocket trousers from Kathmandu didn't seem to work. ...
... to be cancelled due to the poor weather forecast. We were then very disappointed. However, we went ashore to find a reasonably large town with a lovely seafront and a large, albeit, dark sandy beach. We wandered into the central square and checked out some of the shops. Then we looked for a WiFi cafe. The first we chose allowed us to connect but we had no Internet access, so we went across the road to Los Clasicos, an airy, comfortable Italian cafe where ...
... much anyway. Ash and I found a supermarket in the place which had the most beautiful fruit ever!! So she bought some bananas and I bought some plums! We then headed back to the bus, which drove around a little longer before heading back to the ferry terminal. Once again we checked in, bought some postcards and went through immigration (?) which dead slow. Once on the ferry (some if the last people to get on, we could only find seats on the bottom ...
... for Montevideo so we hit the ground running and went to explore the old part of the city, although we didn’t really find anywhere that looked that old...
We ventured down to the docks and had an obscured view of some gigantic cruise liners. We tried to break into the docks to get a closer look but were denied access because we ...