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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
Many visitors who want to avoid the crowds of Punta stay 40 minutes away in Jose Ignacio. If you're looking to rent a house this is also a much better option – Punta is so crowded that the only convenient options are hotels.
If the Punta area is like the Hamptons of South America, then Jose Ignacio is like whatever the nicest, most expensive part of the Hamptons is (having never been to the Hamptons I can’t properly ...
... old machinery and junk. There are still plenty of vintage cars, some junk, some work-in-progress, others restored or in working order.
We cross a number of estuaries getting closer to Punta, and finally sight the sea just short of it. The standard of housing has increased dramatically, and when we climb to the Maldonado bus station through suburban streets, the housing, and in particular the lawns and gardens would match any flash Australian ...
... Maria (the owners terrible wife) in the kitchen...mostly everything that has nothing to do with organic farming..really, we just did whatever Maria wanted us to do.
So, who is Maria? she is the wife of Hugo for 8 years. she hates the farm, she hates the animals, she hates Hugo's mom, and we're pretty sure she hates Hugo. and of course, she hated us. she hated that we spoke english to each other, she hated that we ate food, she hated that I had blisters, she hated that we ...
... west, in the Dingle Loop. Amazing, but more on that tomorrow.
Nora's Irish fun fact O' the day!
Minerals means soda. So, no, that very expensive water bottle you just bought is in fact, bubbly water, not fortified with amino acids and minerals.
Correction: Alofie is pronounced e-fa. Sorry to offend the large amount of people we all know read this blog with that name, and thanks to my father's cousin Gerald for clearing that up!!