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... br> the docks – it felt even more like Bristol docks with the yachts and red brick
warehouses, whose bricks were imported from England according to a local. There
were no seagulls but plenty of parrots decorating the cranes with guano and squawking
loudly – surprised to see them so far south considering how cold it can get and
also right in the city centre. Also a few turtles basking on a semi-submerged
... might not be so pleased with me and I just hope that he will be so happy to see me again that he will forget to notice my lackings, yeah right!!!!
Before I forget, did I mention the World Cup? Wow, it is CRAZY here and Paul and I cannot wait until tomorrow when Argentina plays against Bosnia. It will be quite something to witness, let's just pray that they win or it will be mourning in town for the next week or so! We have decided to stay in on Sunday as ...
... one the Uruguayan people were staunchly proud of - and rightly so.
One thing I do have to say about Uruguayans are that they are very nice, helpful and honest people - nothing like a certain Uruguayan striker in England!!
Beers tried: Patricia, Liso Mastro (Uruguay)
Delay due to poor internet in Argentina, speak soon,
Anjli & ...
... in amazing tasting we had! Interesting fact... The cows get milked twice a day and produce about 30 liters of milk each a day. It takes on average 10 liters to make 1kg of cheese and harder cheeses like Parmesan can take up to 2 years to make! We then headed onto the ranch, unprepared for what lay ahead of us...it was a luxury ranch where they had restored the old farm house and it was just amazing. They pandered to our every need - each meal was 3 courses of the most ...
... after only 4 hours sleep so we headed home to the Duque. I slept till 5 and Tina caught up with friends on the net. Went out for dinner to a random cafe around the corner. The house malbec was a 2012 Argentinian number. Dry but juicy with a soft tannin edge, cassis notes and that deep, inky colour that shouts MALBEC. Very drinkable. Chucked in some ice they brought to the table and et voila, the night cap to a perfect ...