Regency Golf Hotel
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... agreement ever. It governs Antarctica and answers the questions of who owns it, who can go there, and who governs it.
We also watched a part of an Art Auction and looked in on the Ships version of trying out for Dancing with the Stars.
Tonight's show was called 'Classique' and was a beautiful production of song and dance inspired by artists of all generations from Mozart to ...
... made differently and unique. It was the richest neighborhood in Uruguay right outside the beach area where only the millionaires live. The houses were all breathtaking and so different. What a life that must be!
After touring the last neighborhood, we headed back to Montevideo. We made it back to our hotel at around 8:00 PM. What a day! But what a beautiful day! It was time to relax and get ready for our next journey. Rio de Janiero, Brazil is up tomorrow :) Can't begin to be thankful ...
... meat, meat and more meat and just a little saaaseech to round out the grill. It was a place that we just had to have lunch in. The building was over 150 years old, and there must have been 10 – 15 Asado houses cooking their specialties. We ordered the smallest portion that we could find (which was still huge) along with frites and chimichuri – we were in heaven.
... night, good luck getting a decent sleep in this place! We met up with this Canadian guy we'd met in Paraguay called shaggy (he pretty much looks identical to shaggy from scooby doo) who is the craziest, most interesting guy - he's pretty quiet and shy, unassuming kind of guy but he's travelled for 5 months through central and south America pretty much visiting the most dangerous cities in the world, getting into all kinds of crazy dangerous situations but ...
... breeze blocks!
There were lots of very run down colonial buildings in dodgy bits of town that I Imagine will become gentrified before long, but for now appear to be squats. The port was all containers and the port market was all smoky asados, meat of every description on the BBQ. Elsewhere the big thing was noquis (gnocchi), which I later discovered is the special on the 29th of every month here, being a tradition of cheap eats borne of end ...