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... greeted by two big dogs running at us barking which was pretty terrifying, but they were soon called into the house and a guy came and let us in. Where we are staying is pretty much a large wooden shed. There is a kitchen dining area, makeshift lounge with sofas made of bed frames and old bits of sponge, then a few dorm style "rooms" if you can call them that, with three or four beds in each. We were shown into a room with a double top bunk, dumped our bags and went back into the ...
... as their light and manual hand water pumps outside. It really is like a little oasis in the desert!
So on our day off we walked for ages then woke up at 5am to catch the 6am 4x4 to make the 7am bus to be back in camp in time to be on lunch making duty!!! At 6am it was pitch dark and 4 x 4-ing in the dark is an interesting new experience when you are sitting on top of the roof of the truck holding on for dear life as a uruguayan cowboy drives (am sure he had ...
... amongst the locals)… This was the nastiest alcoholic beverage that I have tried. The two ingredients combined tasted like you had just swallowed a mouthful of insect repellant, so needless to say I didn’t come close to finishing it! To finish off, we spent the nights sacrificing our bodies to the dozens of mosquitoes that had made it into our dorm room. I don’t think Uruguay has Malaria? ...
... book or person is providing the answer) of pretty countryside, small sand dunes and stretching beaches before arriving in the colony / collection / ramshackle bunch of houses, hostels, restaurants, a grocery store and even some hotels. There is little to no electricity so some have generators, some have candles, gas or a combination of all. Apparently this place was discovered by an artist and it is really easy to see the attraction.
... many South Americans, the sunset. One of the many easy evenings we spent in Cabo Polonio we had a wander down to this beach in question. We had decided to go and watch the sunset, and as the sun just went out of sight, the whole beach erupted into rounds of applauds, whistles and laughter. There is a strong sense of community within Uruguay where if people share a moment like the sun setting, they should all congratulate it together. It’s somewhat of a comparison to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking