Cala di Volpe Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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It took a while to leave the hostel. Rach had to do quite a bit of jiggery pokery before heading out to make sure all her clothes were ready for laundry. As a result she spent the day dressed in Ed's threads. I only had a Gav Shirt to offer - the rest of my stuff was also going into laundry. Unsurprisingly she turned it down in favour of Ed's plain white offering.
We headed out to an area highlighted on the tourist map as markety. En route we popped into a sunglasses ...
... cachaca distillery (we were getting good at them by now) and then lunch, we headed to a newly opened museum in the area. This museum was set around a series of model houses and churches from different parts of Brazil and the guide (together with Fernanda's help to translate!) took us on a tour around it. It was a really good way to get some history about the country and the different places to visit. Paraty was used as a port for people to ship the gold from and so the museum ...
... me that they would not be able to help, that I would need to contact MY bank, so waiting around turned out to be fruitless.
By the time we walked to the bus terminal, it was 2 pm, and since we just missed one bus, we waited around until 3 pm to catch the bus to Montevideo. I had thought, and told everyone that the trip would be an hour, but stood corrected when the bus company informed us that our arrival tinge would be 6pm. The day was shot. By ...
... 8217;t that impressed and hadn’t seen anything too unique within this new country we found ourselves in.
We had greater expectations for our next destination, Punta Del Este which could translate to the Gold Coast of Uruguay. Boasting some of the best beaches in Latin America, this destination was set to lift our spirits. We jumped on a bus ...
... On top of that, despite the fact that they have a nice and close to people president, Uruguay is probably the most expensive country in South America. So 2 days will do...
Here are some photos about this old town where people are really nice and drink Mate everywhere they go.