Uy! Punta Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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From Holidays to Honeymoon... Finally things are feeling a bit more like a vacation! It helps as we are heading north towards tropical weather and alongside the ocean. We spent Navidad in Punta del Este and La Barra, where we made some wonderful friends. On Noche Buena (Christmas Eve) we were invited to join our friends at Uy! Hostel for an amazing …
Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
... made this practically impossible until help came from Israeli agricultural scientists and the roots of the peach tree were fused with that of the almond and in that way along with planting eucalyptus trees ,which protect the trees from over watering and wind, enabled the almond trees to flourish and they now account for 95 hectares of the estate producing salted and peppered almonds for the market place.
550 hectares of the estate is dedicated to the growth of ...
... can't remembr but it seems unlikely that was the reason I picked Manchester!
The first side of the peninsula has calm water and mostly consisted of a port with lots of fancy boats. Punta del esta has been badged as the st tropez of uruguay and whilst I'm not sure its exactly the same I see what they're getting at. On the other side of the peninsula we found the main reason we were here - surf. However Rich very sensibly reigned me in as I got carried away ...
... hotel take a picture of us loaded down. We took everything up to our room, got the maid and made sure she knew that it was not trash to be taken out, and then headed back down and saddled up again.
We road east up the coast, toward La Barra, which is a smaller community just over a small bridge from Punta del Este. The bridge is interesting. It’s actually two bridges, one in each direction, and it’s like a wave. You go up and down, then up and down again.