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Tirsdag: "I`m a bankman and a backpacker” og praten var igang med Maurizio på hurtigbåten over til Uruguay. Maurizio er en halvtamerikaner og halvt peruianer der finanskrisen hadde tatt fra han den flotte kona, drømmehuset i Virginia og Mercedesen i garasjen. Han var nå på vei til nye beitemarker i Uruguay, M.plan: ”Lære sør-amerikanere …
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 ...
This blog was intended to be similar to Uruguay: short and sleepy. Since we receive so many questions and interest from our fellow travelers about the little known country squashed in between Argentina and Brazil, we've added a few more details than we originally planned. When we set out on the tour, we had no intention of visiting the country of 3.4 million people (last recorded in 2011). But as time went on and local surfers insisted we must ...
... the bikes. The seats reclined, they had a bathroom, air conditioning and WI-FI; why haven't we taken buses like this more often? It was so much easier!
When we first arrived into Punta del Este, we stayed in a hostel that had been recommended to us. It was nice but there was no-one staying there and they didn't have any communal outdoor areas for us to hang out and relax in the sun. We moved to a different hostel the next ...
... and said: “That does not look good”. Turns out the engine overheated and everybody had to get out again. Later on they had a problem with another tender boat as well. As these tender boats are actually our lifeboats, this does not give me a comfortable feeling.
Anyway, we finally got on a tender and made our way to Punta del Este. We arrived there and received a map of the city. There was a walking tour set out on the map and we decided to ...
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