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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!
... has become a very successful enterprise.The addition of making it a tourist attraction too was a good way in creating word of mouth advertising for the estate and the fact they have entered into it with the same meticulous detail that they have dedicated to the produce of the estate is a testament to how a good business should be run.
The most enjoyable part of the experience is the tasting of the oils and this introduced some fun and relaxation into the visit as Lorena ...
... br> Today we woke up to glorious sunshine so after planning our next stop we headed to the beach for another chilled day as we thought the conditions weren't right for here for the not quite expert surfers that we are. However hope came in the form of a surf school class and after watching them for a while we headed to the surf board hire shop. The man in the shop assured us it was safe for beginners and it did look a lot quieter than yesterday so off we went.
... 8220;downtown” La Barra, and then turned off the main road to explore some of the side streets. Most are paved, but some are just hard pack and gravel. But all of them have one beautiful house after another. Many are for sale. We rode up and down the streets, just looking at the variety of styles and sizes.
After about a half hour, we turned back toward Punta del Este. It’s a really nice drive along the coastline. There were surfers out, and they have ...
... around Uruguay because there are 30 pesos to the pound. So sometimes you are spending 1000 pesos and it feels like you are spending a fortune when in reality you are spending 33 quid.
Staying here for a day and then heading off to Buenos Aires to flirt with Tango and dodge the pick-pocketers.
All the best