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... Montevideo to Santiago de Chile. It tells the incredible story of 16 men, who 'returned to life' after having endured 72
infernal days under the worst imaginable conditions, including cannibalism. We had a private tour with the manager and left agreeing that it was one of the most fascinating museums we had visited.
A popular pastime in Montevideo is heading down to 'La Rambla', a waterside pathway, for mate-drinking, people-watching and ...
... this area of the city as being "colourful" and specifically, "like Havana in Cuba". We are coming to mistrust our Rough Guide almost as much as our Loney Planet when it comes to the charms of particular places. The only "colour" we saw was some graffitti stating, "****. Tosser.", presumably describing our guide book and its author, respectively. Mr H insisted I take a photo.
So, we returned through the city a little downhearted. I dragged Mr H into ...
... much anyway. Ash and I found a supermarket in the place which had the most beautiful fruit ever!! So she bought some bananas and I bought some plums! We then headed back to the bus, which drove around a little longer before heading back to the ferry terminal. Once again we checked in, bought some postcards and went through immigration (?) which dead slow. Once on the ferry (some if the last people to get on, we could only find seats on the bottom ...
... is the capital, the largest city and chief port of Uruguay. We had been forewarned of the pick-pocketers and thieves in this part of the world, so we stripped off all possible jewellery and took just our little point and shoot pocket camera! We wandered to the meat market….one has never seen a quantity of food quite like it…….certainly not a venue for vegetarians!! After a very pleasant wander in the ...
So, after managing to get quite confused, we managed to figure out how to get a ferry over to Montevideo.
We had to walk to the port from the apartment we had been staying in, take a ferry over to Colonia which took about an hour and then catch the 3 hour bus to Montevideo.
Unfortunately we were apparently heading to Uruguay at the most expensive time of year to travel there but we managed to get in contact with someone who was happy to rent us a room in ...
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