El Diablo Tranquilo Playa Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After two days of driving, we finally reach the end of the coast, Punta del Diablo. A tiny, cutesy, surfy town with no ATMs or gas stations.
We like it so much we stay three days.
... before and the bugs and insects were out in force. I had been woken up early morning by a mossie buzzing around my ear. The room did have a mossie net but there were holes in it, I got bitten on the eyelid and chin! My eye blew up like I had been punched in the face! I have decided I am not built for the jungle, I jump ever time something moves,and I get bitten to death, hence not being a fan of bugs. Think I may give the amazon ...
We stayed in Punta del Diablo for less than 24 hours and didn't even see the beach, which is the reason why all the hordes of people that were in town when we were there were there. The majority were rich, spoiled teenage summer-breakers from Argentina, a few of whom kept us awake all night playing cheese-graters and other improvised instruments ...
... brown due to it being a river. It ain’t a river people… it’s the Atlantic ocean with some very bad planning by BA government.
However someone came up with a fantastic idea to rent golf buggies. It was pretty funny driving around in a golf buggy. See pics attached. Scott was actually pulled over by the local transport cops.
We had our special US$75 Christmas dinner here and were entertained by a goat and a dog having a bit of a stand ...
... and happy, until our encounter with an angry dog. We were trying to find the path around the lake but ended up near the entrance of a private home. Seeing the dog, we turned around to head off but all of a sudden it was right behind us and snarling angrily. Obviously the sensible thing to do in that situation is to back away calmly, but when a vicious animal is baring its teeth your ...