El Viajero Manantiales Beach Hostel
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... and along the coast. It was very nice. The house designs varied quite a bit unlike at home were every development seems to have only 2 or 3 styles. Plus some houses had rooms that looked like they were some sort of thatch. Later that day we relaxed at the pool and enjoyed the sun and good weather that finaly arrived.
Martin offered to drive us to Montevideo for our next stop. He lives in Montevideo and is a ...
... that is prevalent here. Tours of two museums drove home how important art is to this community.
... of age (for girls) and 14 (for boys) to 16 for both genders. Picture those notes flying through health class - Will you marry me? Check yes or no.
With only a week in this country approximately the size of Oklahoma, we didn't venture far from the coast. I can tell you that the short inland ride we took through the countryside resembled the Midwest: farms, livestock, roadside stands selling horse meat (one of Uruguay's main exports). ...
... pictures there and somewhere there’s a comedy video of me and Esera trying to climb onto the thumb. We then found a spot for some overpriced lunch at an umbrella’d restaurant for tourists with a rude waiter – typical for this kind of a town. It was hot but not quite beach weather so after lunch we all piled back into the tender boats and headed back to the ship. It’s a sweet place but I could live without seeing it again.
... in particular, is too buggered to party on, so we call it a night.
Monday 28th February Punta del Este (Uruguay)
We have no-where to go, and nothing to do, so have a lazy morning, and late breakfast, then pack a day-pack full of what we might need, and head out to look at the peninsular and the rest of the town. We walk the boardwalk above the beach dunes, then around the sea front, taking bird photos along the shore because our hearts ...