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Punta del Este is the true Uruguayan beach resort and unlike Punta Del Diablo is set up with the normal beach high rise buildings and infrastructure to deal with influx of tourists - both local and foreign.
It was an easy trip from Punta Del Diablo. There are 5-6 buses per day that head to San Carlos where you can get on the local bus to take you the last 40 or so minutes to Punta Del Este. It is ...
... mid-day. The fact that you can get your hair done at the pharmacy also speaks volumes about accessibility during post summer months. But it was all worth it as the best surfing conditions are actually during the fall.
Let's clarify the term surfing a bit, shall we? Adam claims he doesn't really surf and that he only looks like a surfer because of the blonde highlights that appear after he's been in the sun a few days (he was once accused ...
... than sunbathing or going for a swim. It was great to relax and chat about our future plans and reminisce about our favourite parts of the cycle trip. It seems so crazy to think that this adventure is completed and we have cycled all the way from Cartegena, in Colombia to here. We had been talking about it for so long, and now it is over.
Again, there weren't any specific tourist attractions in the area, so we spent most of ...
... us, and we all visited for a while, watching the die-hards still dancing.
Doris had told us earlier that, after the workshop, many people would stay and dance until around 1AM, after which anyone left was invited to her house for a party. But by around 11:30, we were worn out from the day. So we had the hotel clerk call our taxi driver to come back and pick us up, and said goodnight to Adolfo and Inez. We got back to our room just after midnight, and very shortly crashed for the ...
... br> So the next day I had to head all the way back to Buenos Aires. This consisted of a 2 hour drive to Montevideo, a 2 1/2 hour bus journey from Montevideo to Colonia del Sacramento, and then an hour by boat to Buenos Aires. so when I got back to BA I was pretty tired and did very little that night.
Next blog will be my last from south america. Chau for ...
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