Arapey Oasis Termal
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... more coffee and a
wood fired pan au chocolat but unable to find more cherries – am wishing I’d
stayed down south longer and gorged myself.
The international departures were a rigmarole of bad
organisation and planning – had to be there an hour ahead because of the queues
as they only process people within ˝ hour of departure, ...
From Puerto Iguazu (Northern Argentina), to enter Uruguay we had to take the bus to an Argentinian border town (in our case Concordia) before taking a short bus across the border. We had to wait several hours for the bus from Concordia to Salto, as the information that we had been given by multiple people (at the bus terminal) was wrong, and this meant that we missed half a day in Salto. Thankfully this turned out to be no big deal for, as we ...
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Our thirteen hour bus journey overnight through Argentina was nowhere near as bad as you would think it would be. The seats were massive and reclined so you were almost lying down, making it pretty easy to get a few hours sleep. They showed four or five films in English, one with Jennifer Aniston as a stripper, not so easy to sleep with that on; and we even got a meal which was like plane food. Grafite was fast asleep and I didn't take the risk with the meatballs on ...
Slightly harrowed by our visit to the slaughter house, we sought a couple of days refuge in Salto and its nearby hot springs. The Termas de Dayman was a good place to wile away an afternoon and is a popular spot for maté-in-hand Uruguayans too.
The other reason we came ...