Right before entering Uruguay through Colon, La Terminator (our vehicle) decided it wouldn't cooperate again. It was a Friday afternoon and no mechanic was interested in helping us as everyone was getting ready for the weekend. That would mean that we would be stuck in Colon until at least Monday. Kind souls made a ton of phone calls and talked a mechanic into taking us. The fuel pump was changed in couple of hours, the electronics were cleaned and we were alleviated of $2000 pesos. We parked along the river Uruguay and had an amazing night swim. The next morning we took another swim and then drove to the border. Just because the car problems were solved (temporarily) too quickly, I realized that I was missing the Argentinian Aduana vehicle documentation. I always place all the immigration documents in the same plastic folder yet on this occasion I just couldn't find them. The border officers suggested they would impound La Terminator, which would mean another protracted delay. In the end kindness and rational thinking prevailed and we were allowed to pass. Driving through Uruguay was a serene experience. We encountered very few people on the road and all around us were farms and fields. The gasoline was more expensive than in Argentina, actually everything seemed more expensive, almost on the level we encountered in Chile. We drove all the way to Salto, from where we entered Argentina for the last time in order to get to Iguazu and Paraguay.