Posada El Viajero
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We caught the ferry across from BA to Colonia del Sacramento in Uruguay. It left at 11.30am and took an hour, but Uruguay is an hour ahead so we ended up getting to our hostel early afternoon. We walked into town, it used to be an old smugglers port, so there is a lot of history here, it's also a unesco heritage site. We had a sandwich for lunch in …
... was seriously ridiculous, it was longer than any border crossing queue I have ever seen and because it was taking so long they had to delay the boat half an hour! So all in all we went to Uruguay for 3 hours... great. The boat was a much better trip than the way there, although when everyone was on we still sat there for a while, and people started saying stuff really loudly and banging on poles and it sounded like they were communicating with each ...
... to last us our time in Argentina and see the beautiful town of Colonia. After visiting about 4 different banks we finally had enough dollars and were able to do some sightseeing. Accompanied by Sean, we walked the cobbled streets and climbed the steps of the lighthouse where we admired the views across the colonial town. We've seen some ...
... out (but hey I found out my Spanish is just barely passable in getting things sorted!)
The second full day which is bitterly cold I decide to give completely up on the photo taking and have a nice long lunch at a random restaurant on the main road, having a very delicious steak, a good sized beer and a yummy desert.
My last day fares no better as I kind of just hang around the hostel sorting a few ...
... that lit up the clouds.
12th Mar - Today we ventured out for another nice walk around Colonia in the hope that the sun would be out and make everything look even nicer than the day before. We weren't disappointed and the sun did make everything look so much nicer. We took many photos of the historic quarter and walked up 'Calle de los Suspiros' (Street of Sighs), which is lined with old houses from the Portuguese reign ...