Day three of our trip was easily our busiest day. We got up and enjoyed another wonderful breakfast before heading down to the water to catch a ferry over to Colonia, Uruguay. It was a bit of a hassle finding the right place to catch the boat (Argentinians don’t seem to be very good at giving directions no matter how good their English is) but we made it just in time and arrived in Colonia a short hour later.
Colonia is quaint little town that is quiet and very beautiful. Here are a couple pictures around the town.
The whole town is full of old little houses and beautiful, flowery trees.
Here is the inside of that church above.
It’s also fall down in South America now and the changing leaves made it that much prettier.
Next to the water is a little light house that, for less than a dollar, you could go up in.
Here is the view from up there. You can see the boat we came in on in the distance.
Here we are up on the top of the lighthouse.
Joel being silly. One of the many reasons I love him so much.
After we walked around the town for a few hours, we hopped back on the ferry and returned to B.A.
Here is a view of the skyline from the ferry.
Next up: Our evening at Hard Rock, finding some of the best ice cream ever and our final day in the city.