La Viuda Del Diablo
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... a few Frenchies in the hostel, which, in typical French style makes them about as much conversation as a lamp, but we got chatting to a Finnish couple. The girl talked a lot about her travels in Asia and was very definitive in her opinions "it is this way, it is like that etc etc". I'm not sure that is because English isn't her first language, but I found myself disagreeing with a lot of what she was stating almost as fact. I hope I don't come across like that when I talk about this stuff. ...
... the white walls with more bloody bodies!
Sun tried to burn through the mist mid pm, but failed miserably so very short pm walk to widow’s beach and the shop for dinner stuff and bread – decided to risk the square, heavy, multi-layered, toppling over rolls, similar to those in Chile, and equally as unimpressive, but a garlic and parmesan topping elevated them to new heights.
Talking of Chile, they have the same plugs here, but otherwise it is ...
... as we played. The idea is to build cities and roads using basics resources that you get by rolling dice. You get points for each settlement among other things and the first to 10 wins. It was really enjoyable and Jane had put a lot of work into creating the game board and pieces. I wish I'd taken a photo of it. It was sad to say good bye to this hostel and the lovely people in it but a heap of mozzie bites later we took a bus back to Montevideo and on to Colonia de ...
... style: normal; font-weight: normal;">It’s super safe (touch wood).
Righto… the negatives:
- Holy **** it is expensive. Manly has nothing on this place. We paid US$75 for two small bowls of pasta, one dessert and 500mL of water. And then they asked us for a tip (we politely refused as we had literally run out of pesos).
... luckily i was holding on for dear life. The 3hr ride was much the same - me laughing because I couldn't do much more. At one point we stopped in the middle of the forest for some vino and pastries it was really nice then we finished off riding along the beach at sunset. Later that night maybe midnight... The asado we went in on was ready we stuffed our faces and enjoyed more wine then went to bed and fell into a food coma. The next morning i woke up ...