Left Punta del Este and drove to Puerta del Diablo beach. Then we went to see Fortaleza Santa Teresa. As it turns out thy did not accept Dollars or Argentinian Peso, only Uruguay peso or Brazilian Real of which we had none. We were about to leave when a very young couple offered to pay for us, that put the cashier to shame and thy let us enter for free. I should not be, but it always surprises me again how nice and generous people are everywhere. Met some motor bikers from Brazil who were admiring the Blue Wonder and before long we had quite a crowd around our Van, thank goodness Norbert speaks Porugese. Exit from Uruguay went swift, and after we found the Brazilian Crossing behind some construction our passports were stamped in minutes. When it came to the Van, no one knew what to do, so we were told to wait. After 45 min. We were told we were good to go. But hold on, you did not import our car. Turns out there is no procedure for a temporary auto import. So we asked what happens if the police stopped us.
No problem, here is the regulation number just show that to the police.
When we asked how long we can keep the Van in Brazil, 90 day's. But our Van does not exist in Brazil, so how do we export it in 90 days? Good question. So thy send us on our way.
When I get WiFi. I will google the rules for temporary auto import in Brazil
Hugs to all
Norbert and Greti