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... but suddenly she tried. It irritated me because she said it had disappeared from the pocket (no surprise), but had she called earlier it might have been rescued. Anyway, kindle app on phone now in use!
Upon arrival we were whisked away to the beach immediately with the owner shouting 'lobo! Lobo!' Sure enough, plopped on a wall outside the adjacent building was a sea lion the size of a great dane. We were told that this was a ...
... people playing music. We mingled and met a Uruguayan named nacho who was biking along the coast line. We met two swedish girls and two germans one who grew up in the states and so had an american accent. We all went for a cerveza at a local garden. It was pitch black and candle lit. There are no lights in town just candle so the sky was amazing. The milky way was so clear but the constellations look different in the ...
... bushes, grazing cows and eventually making it to the beach where the orange colors of the sunset reflected over the still ocean lighting everything around with beautiful Ora.
The town was pitch black. My eyes were trying to find some areas aloomanated by the moon, but the moon was on ...
... and no Internet. Luis had to first of all check that there was room for us 'I have two beds in this room free but, yesterday the other two in that room took acid and they are loco, so probably best not go in there'. We got two cosy beds in a room safely in the other side of the house before setting off to explore the town. We cooked some dinner in the cramped but homely kitchen and sat outside eating our food where, casually, a white rabbit appear ...
... Luckily we had Ania with us, cause apparently drawing water from the well is not as straight-forward as it seems, there is a knack for dropping the bucket so it won´t sink and me and Sharon could have been dropping buckets for hours. We were also filling buckets with rain-water, amazing how much time can go into simple activities like taking the shower, cooking, washing up, without running water.. :)
In the evening we found a really cool ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed