Regency Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Took us about 15 minutes to walk there and the sun was really coming down now.
Dan really wanted to see the sunset along the waterfront so i didnt want to leave him alone in this part of town so i decided to follow him & it looked like we were never going to hit the port.
It took a while but we made it and then made the long ...
... on our door step. It had everything you would need at great prices. Plus cheese vans or meat and fish vans. We wandered through before heading off to spend the rest of the morning organising bus tickets to Punta Del Diablo. We heard there is a really nice national park that you can ride bikes through and a fort at the end. Then we headed back to old town to find the gaucho museum and the romantico museum. The gaucho museum houses artefacts from ...
... which are stones put together and wrapped in leather on a long leather strap and wrapped around the middle finger of each hand. The men keep time by stomping their feet and the sound of the gauncho hitting the floor gives its own rhythm.
We were then divide into 2 groups with one going on a hay ride around the property and we went for a walk around the grounds. There was alot of stangant water lying around and I got eaten alive by mosquitoes. I ended up trying to ...
... light snack and watch the sun go down (around 9.30 pm.) We made our way to the brilliant magic show, followed by Hilary O’Neil singer and comedienne.
The following day the temperature had risen even more, simply heavenly and Gray and I together with a small group (including our New Zealand friends) joined the dancers Jenny and Edward for a Tango class. Hugely enjoyable but we are a long way from the standard of "Strictly!"
... Commodore Club, is full of newbies. Oh well…On another note—we see our shops pal, Richard, from the QM2. He is the manager of the shops on the Queen Victoria and will complete this World Voyage (his third) and retire from cruising to continue his young life on land. We have coffee with him to hear all about his travels and experiences after he left the QM2. So, we arrive in Montevideo, the political and economic center of Uruguay, on ...