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After spending one night sleep in Recoleto Buenos Aires, we head to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. We took the ferry boat, that crosses Mar del Plata, it covers the distance in 1 hour. In Sacramento we visited the Portuguese museum and the Tyle museum. Was time to chill out and enjoy the sunset eating prawns and drinking caipirinhas.
... on the ground and slashing my ankle open in the process! Devastating! Especially given that we had spent our last Uruguayan pesos on our products, to the cent! Still, I was able to use my card to purchase a new beer (super important!) before getting back to the hostel to patch up my leg which had bled a lot - it appeared the glass had slashed an artery.
On our final morning, we had a lazy start before making our way down to ...
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We had been talking to several people along the way about Uruguay, the small South American nation, that's squeezed in between Buenos Aires to the South, and Brazil to the North. We had heard they had some incredible beaches, and it had been a while since we really had time to relax.
... exchange rate (not the easiest task in my rusty Spanish), but with no luck. So, Charl stayed behind at the restaurant as human deposit and I started running to the next ATM. I chose one of the banks we hadn't tried yet, somehow convinced the guy infront of me that I had to jump the queue and prayed that the machine would this time spit out some cash. And it did to my huge relief! So I sprinted back to the restaurant, paid our debts to the ...
... walls from behind the barrier, muttering sadly to one another. No one had been hurt but the historic building was nevertheless seriously damaged so we returned, cakeless, to our hostel. That night we headed to the bus terminal where we left Porto Alegre for Montevideo, Uruguay on our last overnight bus of the trip, finishing our short but sweet stint in Brazil.
We disembarked our bus the next morning in Montevideo and found ourselves in the most developed terminal we'd ...