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... guy staying at the lodge was a guy called Ivan, who we are still not quite sure what he actually does other than bop around making a menace of himself and laughing at his own jokes. I think he is some sort of ranger for the area as it is a protected area, but who knows! He is a very funny guy who loves nothing more than playing dance tunes at full blast and singing the "bad boys" theme song. Next morning we woke up at 8 as instructed, had breakfast ,cleared up and then headed out for a ...
... and change the bus 3 times or to head back to Beunos Aires and then catch the bus from there...according to all the forums we checked out the Beunos Aires route was an easier one with less changes and was cheaper...so that´s the way we went!!!
We left La Coronilla at 7pm, arrived in Montevideo at 11.30pm, got off the bus...went to the station and booked tickets on the buqubus. Caught the bus from Montevideo at 2am to Colonia. You would never believe it if ...
... probably thought we were some troublesome tourists. At last 8:30 came and we had pizza...the only people in the restaurant...again!!
The Lonely Planet says that this is a great time to visit Uruguays beaches as its much cheaper in the off season. They fail to mention that the place is deserted and there are no shops, restaurants or hostels open.
It was time to move on....
... faut traverser les dunes qui l'entourent et car tout véhicule à
moteur est interdit.
En arrivant au village, on
pensait faire du camping sauvage mais ce n'est pas possible ou plutôt
si mais dans les dunes à l'abri des gardes. Donc on s'est rabattu
sur une dalle en béton entre deux maisonnettes, le tout loué avec
une kitchenette partagée avec 4 argentins. Au final heureusement car
nous avons le ...
... the mainland by miles of huge sand dunes. There is no electricity, except for some wind and solar power in a couple of the restaurants and in a couple of the fancier homes. To get there from Punta Del Este we had to take a one hour local bus to
the nearby town of San Carlos. From there we waited to catch the bus towards Rocha which only had standing room, and then got another bus towards Cabo Polonio in which we had a seat. Once we were dropped off at the sign ...