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... weekend to commemorate the slaves freedom. Their march ended on the corner near our hotel and they continued to play for quite a while, as more people came out in the street. We had another awesome dinner at a restaurant across from the Theatre del Solis. It has been fun getting around using my rudimentary Spanish, but the local language is more a combination of Spanish and Italian. There is a large community here of both, and much of the architecture was designed by Italian ...
... that we do it for a long time.
The morning went fairly well as we cycled along the quiet road, in the blazing sunshine. We stopped once to eat our packed lunches and to try to use the internet to look at hostels in Montevideo. My laptop was dead though, as we have camped for 6 nights and had no access to electricity and we struggled to find somewhere to plug it in. After cycling for a few more hours clouds had formed, the wind had picked up and was ...
... the ferry tickets to cross a big lake on the border of Chili and Argentina. If you don’t take the 2 hour ferry ride it’s a 15 hour bus ride to go around the lake, so the ferry tickets sell out fast. Luckily I got us our tickets that morning and we took the ferry that evening. We had most the day then to hang out. Brock spent the day successfully fixing our nice canon camera, which was a wonderful gift from Josh and Beth Nelson. When we were in ...
... paragraph back, I’m a bit disappointed in both of us for spending more time at a children’s playground then looking at historical buildings, but I guess that sums us up pretty well.
Next stop – Mendoza (again!) for some more winery tours by bike (for the sole purpose of shaping-up for 7-weeks of biking in New Zealand, obviously) before heading to our last few stops in South America…
... Jack dipped in and out of shops to see if he could find the last of the clothes he needed. There was a small antiques market in a square with lots of silver pieces. Many of the colonial buildings were very decorative which was lovely but most were crumbling and run down which was a shame. Montevideo isn't the poorest city but it is not well looked after. We could see the sea so we thought if we walked towards the ...
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