Don Antonio Posada
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... markets and the handful of museums housed in renovated old buildings, snapping pictures of the run down vintage cars parked permanently by the side of the roads and people watching. The beer is good and cold, the people generally friendly and the place has the feel of a happy holiday town. As Sue succinctly described it, Colonia is the Uruguayan equivalent of a cross between Busselton and Havana. We will take away ...
... houses and cars were and soon after this the riot dispersed. Our guide said while this isn’t common however it does sometimes happen on the last game of the season if fans are unhappy with their team and apparently it is most common at Quilmes as they have the most fanatical fans and are the perennial yoyo team. The top team won so River couldn't win the league so it didn't matter that the match was abandoned. While crazy it was another amazing experience and this was more ...
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... Argentina from Uruguay.
Only 1h and… here we are! Another country to be scratched from my scratch-map. Passport check and one more stamp on it too. It’s funny enough that when I travel to UK, France, Germany my Italian passport takes all the time a bit longer than other passports to be controlled… here in Latin America the Italian one is the fastest to pass the check and to receive ...
Country 40 ticked off my list today. This morning we caught the ferry from Buenos Aries to Uruguay and arrived at a small town called Colonia. Our friend Amanda had said it was a must see if we had time, she was so right. Colonia has been added to UNESCO's world heritage sites and the original part of the town is exactly what it would have been like in the late 1800's. The ferry took just over the hour and the duty free shop on board was very busy ...