Albergue El Nagual
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... up for staying up really late and drinking. To be honest I was tired after the night in Montevideo so about midnight I went to bed and watched some stuff on Netflix. There was good wifi so I took advantage. Some hostels it's really bad. As I have been travelling I have been imagining if I started a hostel and all the things I would and would not do. It's quite a fun game. :-) actually I think it would be a really fun thing to do setting up a hostel....maybe ...
... the 16th and 17th centuries. Uruguay became a zone of contention between the Spanish and the Portuguese empires. The first permanent settlement on the territory of present-day Uruguay was founded by the Spanish in 1624 at Soriano on the Río Negro. In 1669-71, the Portuguese built a fort at Colonia del Sacramento. Spanish colonization increased as Spain sought to limit ...
... wave shape; there are two large rises and dips. I assume this is some modern art tourist attraction and it was good fun rolling over in the bus. The driver didn't slow down, and I got the familiar roller coaster feel in my stomach. The beach is squeaky quality, and on a pretty large penninsula between the sea and where the river meets it. It was all but deserted and on the river side was very very quiet where you couldn't even hear the waves.
After a crepe in the mainly ...
... people. The hosts
explained everything, showed us the amazing hostel (one of the best I
have stayed in since in South America) and then asked us what we wanna
do. He patiently answered all our questions, showed us every thing two
or three times on the map and even offered to book tickets for us if we needed or
take us to the supermarket, which to we gratefully said yes.
I was a bit exhausted from the bus ride and the ...
... such as; Do you like it here and how has it helped, what is your motivation to stay here for such a long time, do you feel ready to leave, it was a really good experience and I had photos taken and it seemed to put everybody in good spirits...I went back to the hotel feeling a little guilty that I was in such comfort when they were staying in what seemed like a third world country establishment.