Hostel La Casa de las Boyas
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel La Casa de las Boyas Punta del Diablo
Travel Blogs from Punta del Diablo
... hostel unmanned and
another asking the same for room with shared bath and kitchen as for the
apartment – no brainer! Headed back to do the deal with Christina from Majorca –
it had seemed like fate meeting her.
She and her husband drove me to the bus station to change my
ticket and am staying 2 nights now, just hope the weather improves manana!
Had a wander into the centre along the coast, all ...
... the sky (a wild one) and landed on a tree branch, which snapped off so the bird flew away. It was pretty funny. The coati was a new one for us. Kinda like a furry anteater type thing but maybe carnivore. It was in with the birds of prey. We took a short cut back to town and saw a little green snake on the road, I thought it was a stick until it slithered away. The weather turned a bit **** our second day, rain and wind all morning so we had a long breakfast ...
... lots of beautiful buildings falling down with cool little cafes everywhere. We had lunch at local BBQ (think Bunnings weekend BBQ) although this one had flamenco guitar playing. A bit different to Australia and I appreciated it. The BBQ was run by a funny lady who had smoked far too many cigarettes (very scrawny) and had great big fake boobies that high beamed out to the side (I always find it funny when people get boobs jobs, why don’t they go for cleavage as ...
... However there was very little surf so after giving it our best shot we headed to the supermarket to plan dinner and returned to the hostel. Its such a great place we're both enjoying hanging here with friends, reading, swimming or snoozing! We're reconvning with Paulo tomorrow to fine tune, fingers crossed I manage to find any logic in when I scramble tp my feet and when i'm left swirling in the wave hoping I'll find the air again soon!
... yoga, had a group of twenty over for her going-away party. There Jason and I were able to meet what seemed like half of the town. We spoke with many other couples from Argentina, Uruguay, Spain, and Italy. At that party we ate local cheese, sipped wine, and enjoyed homemade bread, soup, and cake.
One of my top highlights of our time here was on horseback. After talking with the owners of a mini market that's up the street ...