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Dag 2 zaterdago Na een vertraging van ongeveer 45 minuten kwamen we aan op vliegveld Carrasco in Montevideo waar we eindelijk de benen konden strekken na een vlucht 13 uur vanuit Madrid. Eenmaal door de slurf gelopen en paspoortcontrole moesten we onze telefoons registreren. Deze registratie is nodig om een sim kaartje te kunnen kopen want we …
... for it being in front of probably the ugliest building in the city. Our whole diet for our three night stay in Montevideo consisted solely of Subway which had a deal on, $2.75 for a 6 inch ham sub. At least it was healthier than the $2.50 McDonald's burgers we lived on in Patagonia. Our next and last stop in Uruguay was the popular ...
... now 11:45 AM in Uruguay). The bus is also booked through BusqueBus website and everything is bought together. The bus was nice and spacious as well as extremely empty! It took us about 2 hours and 15 minutes to arrive to Montevideo. Since Uruguay is an hour ahead, we got to our hotel right around 2 PM.
When arriving we took a cab to the Holiday Inn and it cost about $120 Uruguayan pesos (roughly about $5). We checked-in at the Holiday Inn that was on Colonia Avenue. My ...
... the Uruguayan staple steak-and-veggies-sandwich known as chivito, and sampling one of the local beers, Patricia. As Uruguay is one of those countries that aren't USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Belgium and Sweden, I had not even entertained the embryo of a thought of any other type than lager; something that I was soon to be proven mistaken about. And pleasantly so. The sky was indescribebly blue, and the sun was probably all yellow-like. Had there been some streaks of white clouds, ...
... have made Uruguay one of the most stable, fee of corruption and best places to live in South America. It is a free religion country so people have to get married in a registry office in Montevideo as getting married in a church is fine but not legal. Outside the registry office our friendly graffiti artist has replaced a concrete tile with a white one with a red heart.Sad fact that we learnt was that the Portuguese & Spanish ...