LIons, of the sea variety
Trip Start Dec 26, 2009
95Trip End Dec 22, 2010
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Easily the most expensive, touristic place I have been so far on my journey. Fat men with to much sun and big boats( I couldn't help but think that Cunny would love this place, I can imagine the Cunning stunt in all its glory, zooming around the harbour), Thin women running with hightect monitoring gadgets, strapped over their fake breast. What did I get myself into. In my hart I know this is not the true Uruguay.
Surfboard were to expensive to rent, so I resorted with walking around the peninsular taking photos and catching rays.
Growing up as a child, I always wondered why I didn't enjoy Zoo´s as much as the other children
It was because those animals are expected to be there, locked up in a cruel fashion, lacking the will, the passion, the spirit to explore and be free. Subconsciously you know the whole concept of Zoo´s are wrong, yet society embraces it.
Strolling around the fish markets, nature once again has the power to excite my senses. Sending waves of happy endorphins to my brain. A massive Sea lion pounced out of the water, the smell of the fish in the markets attracting its instinct to consume. Almost lost for words, apart from intelligent ones like "wholly shit" and "thats sick", I managed to take a video clip.
I met two cool cats from Sydney. Andrew and Ralph. They too were heading to Montevideo. In true ANZAC spirit, we rallied and decided to go to Montevideo via bus the next day.
I miss Brazilian breakfasts... Uruguayan breakfast consist of small pieces of bread.. and jam if your lucky..