Most days I drive myself to work in my own vehicle. As much as I’d like to take public transit and let someone else do the driving, it’s not practical in my situation. As much as I complain about my commute, it’s only about an hour and 20 minutes round trip. If I were to … Continue reading Car is in the shop today, so I’m using public transit
We’re on the road again, retracing our steps from Punta del Este back to Montevideo. It’s bittersweet, as we’re now moving closer to the end of our trip both in time and in space. We’ll be spending our last two nights in Uruguay in the same guest house we stayed in when we arrived. The … Continue reading On the bus back to Montevideo, Uruguay
Our short stay in Colonia del Sacramento is coming to an end. We’ve checked out of the hotel here and are waiting at the bs terminal for a ride to Montevideo. We won’t be there long; we have onward tickets to Punta del Este and a small apartment reserved there for the next several nights. … Continue reading Waiting for a bus, onward to Punta del Este
We’re having lunch at the bus terminal in Montevideo, Uruguay, waiting for a bus to Colonia del Sacramento, which will transfer us to a high-speed ferry to Buenos Aires, Argentina. Buying the ferry tickets online was a challenge I found far too overwhelming. Even when I could read the website, I’d get through all the … Continue reading Taking the bus-ferry combo from Montevideo to Buenos Aires
When Kathryn and I were in Rome last winter, we used the public transit network extensively. The buses were most convenient for many of our trips, but we also used the Metro trains when we wanted to cover ground more quickly.
Kathryn and I recently spent seven days in Puerto Vallarta. Other than the rides between the airport and our resort, we did not use a taxi once. All our travel around Puerto Vallarta and the surrounding areas was on the local buses.