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After a couple of bus rides we arrived to the wonderful quiet town of Manantiales where we visited Soli and Anita, old friends of Lane from Aspen! We had a fantastic time there meeting great people, eating delicious food and stand-up paddling on the atlantic ocean (for me more "sit-down" paddling because of the big waves ;-) ) Also we were lucky that it was off-season, otherwise we would not have had the beach just for ...
... the photo, I can't believe no one has painted the nails). We then drove through the housing areas, er, neighborhoods of the rich. They love different kinds of roofs. Some houses have thatch roofs, some ceramic tiles, marble, etc. The area is very clean. Big houses with large yards. The houses aren't numbered like we do, they have names as you'll see in one of the photos. The next big tower we saw used to be a water tower, now its a hotel. You ...
... in too much resulting in me sucking half of it down my lungs! but I could certainly taste the spiciness in my throat and then felt the warm oil come back on my palette ,absolutely delicious.Clearing my mouth with water and cheese I was ready for the next one which this time I managed to do properly and I could feel the difference immediately in heaviness , warmth,taste and texture.Lorena followed this with allowing me to try three of the estates wines, a Sauvignon Blanc,Alberino and ...
... fun few hours ensued however I have to confess we weren't overly successful and have decided to aim for a lesson tomorrow. How many more times I will have to do the beginners surf lesson until ican stand up I do not know, but I'm not done trying yet! After indulging in fish and chips on the beach we're now back at the hotel chilling before dinner. We're heading up the coast tomorrow to la paloma, apparently a smaller surfing town but we'll let you know what we think.
... Barra was a bit more subdued than Punta del Este. There are no fancy high-rises there, only small hotels, and many private residences. The latter seem to be mostly vacation retreats, and were shuttered for the off season, as were most of the places in Punta del Este. Juan Carlos had told us that, in the off season, the population of Punta del Este is only ~10,000 people, but in the peak season, January and February, it swells to over 500,000, and gets very crowded.