Esturion de Montoya
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... It was designed and built by the famous Uruguay painter Carlos Paez Vilaro, who was also the father of one of the survivors of the Andes plane crash.
Further around the coast Uruguay is suppose to have nicer white sand beaches but we never made it that far, and so ended our short 5 days in Uruguay.
... 10 years ago and clearly developers have realised its potential! Many towers have been built giving everyone the opportunity to look out at the glistening sea/river. The towns nearby have become trendy hubs with bars and fashionable clothes shops. Especially La Barra further to the east, with a calm lagoon which is perfect for a relaxed picnic compared to the choppy, windy and more exposed beaches on the sea. In the town is also the Museo del ...
... watching people walk along the beach, along with their dogs, and just relaxed for a while.
From there, we headed back west, toward Montevideo. A few kilometers back that direction there is a place called the Casapueblo, which is a huge white house on the side of a cliff overlooking the ocean, among many other vacation homes. Casapueblo was built by a famous Uruguayan artist, who still lives there, as well as a museum and, in the peak season, a restaurant. We decided not to ...
... of elderly motor cars and trucks on the street, in all states of repair, from completely derelict, to old and munted, but of no collector value, to fully restored collector’s items. At this stage we suspected there was something about customs duty or import restrictions we should know about.
After we reached the remnants of city walls, the historic nature of the town became more apparent, together with the tourist trap aspects. The ...
... sight of multiple travellers asleep on mattresses in the reception and living room greeted me. Managing to side step and step over a few bodies were challenging but not impossible. Residing in the kitchen, I awaited both the owner and Argentinian quartet to appear. In the meantime, I took a seat across the owner’s son at the kitchen counter. Here we spoke and he told me he was studying. My memory is vague on what subjects of study but wishes of good luck were given.