Regency Golf Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the day, as I had promised Noa I would walk with her to the nearby shopping mall, that was the plan. Ari came along, mostly interested in what the food court had to offer. This mall turned out to be one of the nicest I have seen anywhere with top end shopping, a theatre playing first run movies in English with Spanish subtitles, and all shoppers dressed to the nines, making us feel a bit out of place. We were once again struck by the fact that we were still ...
After a siesta, some internet research about Montevideo, and general bumming around, we decided to head out in search of dinner. On the recommendation of the staff at the hostel, we headed east from the hostel, towards a more trendy suburb, and found a nice bar serving food. We had a delicious pizza and a litre of beer, whilst people-watching (and mosquito watching), before heading home.
The next day, Mr H couldn't find his glasses, so after a ...
... included in the package). The tour bus was nice as the guide spoke a little english. We visited Plaza Independencia and then the main road in the city (stopping at each place for 20 mins). Here I accidentally got out $2000 UYU (~100NZD) instead of $200 Ah well. Due to my bad mood I wondered off a lot just by myself. Just another observation - in comparison to BA, Montevideo was much more caliente (or humid?). I found myself ...
... named Shortlegs. We got to meet loads of Rodolfo and Marcia's friends, who introduced us to a real Uruguayan asado; a huge barbecue with a kilo of meat per person. It was SO yummy. We spent the evening drinking, dancing, and forming our own band with Javier's exotic instruments.
We made our way back to Montevideo for a couple of relaxing days walking around the city. We outdid ourselves on the cooking front ...
... Jill and David (is everyone called Jill?) who live in Bruges. Extraordinary to learn that Jill when young went to the same school as one of Gray’s Old Merchant Taylor chums and knows several others. Coincidentally also knows the Apthorps (founders of Bejams), including Brian Gray’s doctor in HK. Too bizarre and such a weeny world!!!
We had pushed on through though the night and the next day, around midday, had docked ...