Regency Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... Wow, some of the houses were pretty amazing. Also, there were a number of the metal storage container houses and it was amazing what they did with them! We want one ;0)
Despite the wind, we sat on the beach and ate our pan, salami type meat and some tomatoes.....it was beautiful.
Hoping to post some pics today at some point.
... would occasionally wake up to sounds of a dog barking or babies crying. I woke up for good an hour before landing and got served the breakfast muffin. They heated it up, and it was pretty tasty stuff. After the breakfast they began the descent into MVD!
We ended up landing early at 12pm, and had a quick taxi to the gate. Once we got to the gate, I quickly made the dash to customs. Luckily for me it was a short line. I was a little ...
... for someone to turn on the light and saw he was face down and not moving! Just making grunting noises. Then I saw lots of blood. I ran to the reception to get the lady. She came with her first aid kit. It turned out he had hit his nose and that was what was bleeding. But he was so disorientated and didn't know where he was, if he was travelling with anyone or anything. He had also hit his head hard and had a bump on the back of his head. Poor guy. He was from Brazil and I couldn't ...
So just 3 days after misplacing his computer, he has it back in his possession. I say that is pretty good timing. Jim and Craig Williams met me at the airport. They do not own a vehicle. We took the city bus back to their beach front apartment. Again, I was pretty tired, so I fell asleep and slept from 2pm - 6pm. The Williams were staying with the Jim and Cheryl for 4 weeks while their apartment ...
... bikes for the day through the hostel which cost us 500 uruguayan pesos each (£12.50).
With our map in hand, we headed to the biggest flea market in Uruguay, Tristan Nervada. It spanned over about 10 streets and was heaving with people. The air was thick with a musty smell and the smell of cigarettes and mate (a traditional uruguayan drink of herbs that everyone carries around with them). There were hundreds of little stalls and the variety of stuff for sale was crazy. ...