El Naufrago Hostel

Address: Av. Espana y Rambla Williman, Punta del Este, 20100, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Av. Espana y Rambla Williman, Punta del Este, is near Casa del Pueblo.
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Travel Blogs from Punta del Este

Beach Day

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Oct 22, 2014

... in pool before we headed back to the beach for another sunset. It wasn't quite as nice as yesterdays but still very decent. The evening was another quiet affair, though this time Ed finally pulled it out of the bag and beat me about 4-3 in pool. There's not many poeople in the hostel. Besides all the beach time had wiped us out so social skills weren't as sharp as they could be. ...

Punte del Este: An Artist and Olive Oil.

A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 09, 2014

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... of mushroomed battlements with spiky rounded prongs jutting out of the roof tops.White washed walls remind you of Greek Islands and stairways of red tera cota tiles lead no where in particular.It is a labyrinth of different shaped non uniformed rooms that take you on a sensual journey past his works hanging on the walls where your eyes are drawn to both paintings and house at the same time so that they both become one big mural.It is a master stroke of imagination.Carlos Paez ...

On to Punta del Este

A travel blog entry by hscoggin on May 26, 2012

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... we like tango, and told us about a tango workshop that would be taking place there at 9:30. We took two tango lessons before we made the trip, and this sounded like it might be fun. When we got there, we walked over to where the group was. A lady immediately came over to us and, in perfect English, asked if we friends of Sylvester. I told her no, but we were English speakers. So she let the instructors know this, and they were able to work with us very well. Her name was Doris. ...

A long way up

A travel blog entry by louisekeen on Dec 04, 2011

1 comment, 67 photos

... as we wanted to visit the Cuevos de los Manos, a remote canyon with ancient paintings (from 1000 up to 8000 years old) created by using the hand as a stencil and blowing a paint mixture from the mouth through a pipe... a forerunner of grafiti? It was an evocative site with a surprising number of prints (mostly of the left hand and created by right-handed people) and plenty to think about imagining the scene when they were created.

The ...

Michael Jackson says it doesn't matter

A travel blog entry by stenderloin on Jan 11, 2011

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... 8216;jostled’ to the front and were so close to me that I was starting to get annoyed. Previous ‘dates’ have given me more separation distance.

As I waited, the two ladies appeared to my right side. (Seriously I still did not gather this was yet another sign of interest of their parts). Both smiled and they soon asked me what had been the hold up before getting onto the ferry. Still shaken, I said: “They gave me no reason." (Retrospectively ...