El Viajero La Pedrera Hostel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Ursula, the owner of Balcon del Abra had been away for the weekend to see her friends in Montevideo.I did not expect to see her throughout my visit to the ranch and I was resigned just to saying goodbye to the staff. However at around 9.30 this morning , half an hour before my taxi was due she appeared with a flourish and a flick of a silken scarf and came to greet me in the garden. “Oh Nick, darling, I am so sorry I was not here to be with you for the ...
We took the bus and arrived at 4pm. We had not pre booked a hostel and so started walking along the Main Street to find one. Everywhere was closed as it was out of season! We asked a couple of locals if they knew of anywhere and we were shown to a self contained apartment which was not the cleanest of places, but our only option! After dumping down our stuff we spent time on the beach and then had cakes and black tea in a bakery which was one of the only places ...
The bus dropped us off yesterday at a small open air terminal where we saw a sign for 4x4 transport. We bought our tickets and shortly after a big safari type truck appeared. We had to climb up a ladder with our massive packs and then fasten them to the sided of the open truck. We then climbed onto the roof of the truck and road into the sand dunes our feet literally on the roof of the truck. It was an experience to say ...
... night I was itching and scratching. Purposely sleeping with my cloths on and not entering the sheets I didn't have enough money for the hostel and wanted to do as little "Damadge" as possible. Due to the bug molestation waking up was an easy task, and at 09:00 I set of to check out this unique town in day light. Within minutes I found myself in the tiny plaza which was a dirt roundabout with a map of the optional walking paths. Setting off spontaneously towards ...
... came and said she was going to do it, so I joined her and didn't have to take the risk to do it by myself. A few cars and trucks passed when one of these huge trucks stopped. It said "Barometrica", I didn't know what that means. It was a truck full of ****, as you read it. So we jumped into the cabin with the two young boys that were driving it and they left us just 5 km away from where we needed to go. There again we got our finger out to get a ride, and another ...