Posada Al Sur
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The trip to Uruguay with Luis started by taking a short 1-hour ferry from BA to the cute little town of Colonia del Sacramento. There is not a lot to do there, except for wander around for a couple of hours looking at all the gorgeous old buildings and old cars, climbing the lighthouse for a view over the town, eating in one of the many restaurants …
Day One Hundred and Sixteen - Monday 31st December 2012
The alarm went off at 06:59 and suddenly the hunt was on for another rabies injection for Paul. We had done a bit of research online the night before and found a useful government website listing all the vaccination centres in Montevideo, so we wrote down a few addresses and started …
... 8217;t allowed to swim!) and you can just watch the fish doing their thing. It’s like being in an aquarium. Ever heard the sound of a fish eating? And drifting round a corner to be confronted by a 3ft Dourados is quite a surprise. There must be vast amounts of Brazil as untouched as this. It’s really thrilling to get anywhere near it.
Secondly, the mindbending enormity of the place. Aside ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Al Sur Montevideo
I came across this great B&B after search for a reasonably priced place for my family to spend a night in Montevideo. Many other places were quite expensive or limited 3 guests to a room. The staff at Posada al Sur were very friendly and helpful (way more than expected). The room was comfortable. Although the bathrooms were shared, they were very clean. The typical breakfast was good and came from local sources. The B&B has a strong commitment to Responsible Tourism. We will stay here again in about a week.
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