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Travel Blogs from Cabo Polonio
We started our brief tour of Uruguay with a visit to Punta Del Este. Montevideans flock here in the summer, they leave the high rise apartments of Montevideo to come to the high righ apartments of Punte del Este. Talk about a busman's holiday! We didn't hang around long here, we were headed up to Pedera for a week's R&R on the coast. Trouble …
... wear. So it was a late start, then empanadas for lunch and an afternoon on the beach. We had decided to eat at the hostel that evening as the owner was cooking chicken, veg and cous cous, so we thought we would give it a try. We didn't eat until 10pm (the usual South American dinner time) we were starving and were served the tiniest portion of chicken! Not the best meal ever, but it was ok. Our time in Punta del Diablo was spent ...
... confusion of finding the right stop and having to disembark in a hurry proved too much to also remember the kindle in the seat pocket.
In light of this, the 'lost list' stands as follows:
1 x headtorch (unknown)
1 x travel pillow (back of jeep, Uyuni)
1 x camera (unknown) - Sar's compact, not the beast
1 x sunglasses (bus, Uruguay)
1 x kindle (bus #2, Uruguay)
1 x flowery dress (unknown)
1 x ...
... An hour long sandy adventure into the middle of no where. Eventually the ocean came to view and as we drew closer the waves were huge and sounded wonderful. We drove along the beach for some time until we made it to Cabo polonio a small town with wood huts for homes, well water and wind drawn electricity (sometimes). The population is 80 people. Since it is now off season the island was pretty barren. The huts ...
... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">After our hour bus drive my friends I met in Punta del Diablo and I disembarked and entered the bus terminal where one needs to wait for a truck to tale him to the cape (Cabo). Seeing I was all in for my last horra, it wasn't really a question that I was going to hike with my backpack through the dunes until I reached the town 7 KM away. None of the group wanted to join, which I understood and there I ...