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... like the most attractive city, and as a result, we got a taxi to our hostel, checked in (another brilliant hostel with really lovely bedrooms and chill out area ) and spent the rest of the day lounging around, watching the only English channel we could find, ESPN, and making one journey out to the supermarket to pick up some tea. We planned to catch the lunchtime bus the next day to get to our volunteering base, La Coronilla, which is very close to the border with Brazil. The journey ...
... as snacks are starting to get heavier and heavier. Eventually Katya was like but if only we had a tent for shelter, then we could stop...oh wait, I know she says, I have watched Bear Grylls we can make a shelter...one times national geographic tripod dredged into the sand and two sarongs out from either side attached to birkenstocks for weight!!!!! And this actually worked...so if you ever need shelter in the boiling heat, make sure to carry around a national geographic ...
... in at one point, however, there was no ATM that accepted credit in town and we were running low on funds. Therefore if we wanted to escape this place we needed to use our precious cash for purchasing a bus ticket instead.
Whilst I give it a pretty bad rap, there were a couple of things to do here. During our time we managed to walk along the beach to a shipwreck and check out some more bikini ...
... corvina with roast potatoes and salad. I don’t think that we expected that standard of food from a kitchen lit solely from candles!
I can see why people stay longer in Cabo Polonio as you have unspoilt natural beaches on your doorstep, very friendly people and an easy social scene but I think off season, two nights is enough and we move on up the coast to Punta Del Diablo.
Full photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jonnymilla r/sets/
... a concrete floor. It
wasn't the best night but at least we were close to the house during
the storm that we had the first night.
Next day we walk around
the beach and we saw sea lions who come to reproduce here every year.
We finish the day with a
nice sunset on the beach and this is priceless and much better than
all the buildings from Punta del Este.
Another must do in
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast