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... almonds for dinner.
There is a local park all lit up which warranted a night photo shoot, bumped into one of the group and had cup of tea under lights.
late start tomorrow for bus ride to 3 day estancia (farm stay with gauchos) - so maybe horse riding and other farmy type chores. Will be offline as no power/wifi without generator.
see you in iguacu after estancia :)
... to just do a solo trip.
So when looking at options, I had the mindset of "where can I go that's not only cheap, but also where's a trip/place I can do that would be too crazy for people to want to join me?". As I looked through my options, Montevideo, Uruguay popped out to me. Why? I had never been to Uruguay, flights going and coming were decently open, weather down there was forecasted to be fantastic(75 degrees F!) and I would literally have 9.5 hours ...
... to revisit in 10 years' time if the economy continues to grow and if the optimism and national pride of its people are any indication.
A chance meeting on the street with a local Uruguayan wearing an Australian souvenir tee-shirt that his father had brought back from a recent visit led us to meet up again with him for a meal on our penultimate night in MV. We had a lovely evening sharing a pizza and beer and chatting with Nicolas, an ...
... Aires). After lunch, we paid and were off to the beach!
Because it was windy and only 70 degrees, it was really not beach weather for us, not to mention the water was freezing! But there were plenty of people laying out by the beach and enjoying the scenery. We walked over to the famous 'Mano de Punta del Este' (Hand of Punta del Este). This is a sculpture that is in the beach that depicts five human fingers partially emerging from the sand. They are said to represent ...
... is fringed with a string of pale, fine, sandy beaches, all of which have environmental certification attesting to the cleanliness of both sand and water. We spent several happy hours just walking along the river promenades and leafy gardens in the hot spring sunshine, classy condos to one side and broad, empty beaches to the other. A perfect place to chill out.
Considering we didn’t really do very much, I think we both fell ...
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