Sheraton Colonia Golf & Spa Resort
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... to school or the swimming pool. On our second and last night there, the hostel put on an asado - so delicious! As there weren't that many people actually staying in the hostel, the staff invited all their friends round, so it was like being in a normal, family type asado. Despite previous hostel experiences where we'd paid not a little and had received very small portions, this really was a free for all with tons of meat falling off the grill all the time for at least an ...
... the shop to see what I could sort out. They gave me back my money a Nd fortunately there was another ferry shop over the road. I went there and managed to get myself booked onto another ferry leaving on Saturday. So that all worked out fine. I then headed back to the hostel to get ready to go to Miranda's house. I wasn't quite sure what we were going to do, whether we would eat at hers or go out. Miranda is a friend of my mums cousin. Anyway she lives in a nice part of Buenos ...
Our last day in gorgeous Buenos Aries. Visited the Teatro Colon (Theatre Colon) for a tour of the magnificent building which was incredibly beautiful. Walked along the long, long shopping malls around Florida street. Picked up a few things including a lovely orange leather vest. Perfect for a mild Brisbane evening, perhaps. We fly to Rio tomorrow afternoon. The last stage of our trip. We've got about five days in Rio - including my birthday. I'm a lucky girl and I know ...
Uruguay was never big on our hit list of countries to discover in South America. We didn't know much about it other than it being the home country of that dirty biting swine Louis Suarez. However thanks to the flight we had just made to Florianapolis the week before, it seemed logical to continue down the East coast of the continent, through some of the unknown (at ...
... as many sights of the town as we could, but we needn't have bothered - we'd seen all of the old colonial city by 11am (it helped that everything was closed - it appears that Colonia doesn't wake until mid-arvo) and, stumped by what to do next, enjoyed an ice-cold beer in the warm sun! We spent the rest of the day wandering the old town and the new in spectacular weather, before lazing in the sun on the roof of the hostel. That afternoon we ...