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Travel Blogs from Cabo Polonio
... 30 minutes for this huge 4x4 to take down the road about 7km into town. Cabo polonio is this colourful little hippy town full of hostels and colourful buildings and flags, the la boca of Uruguay but way cooler. The town situated on the southern coast a Uruguay on the tip of a peninsula with great surf and absolutely no electricity or cars, meaning the only way to get in is to walk or take the 4x4.
As we got off the 4x4 we were greeted by a ...
... two roomed single storey affairs or typical “chocolate box” houses with their exterior walls painted in bright yellow,red or green topped off with painted corregated roofs. The dogs clearly unused to vehicles chase the wheels of the taxi in the hope of “bringing it down”,all the while my young taxi driver is checking his I-Phone map application as he has not a clue where he is going.
During all of this we sit in silence as neither of us ...
... in 3 different ways, accompanied by a sachet of 'corn oil'. High dining. Straight after the coach, we took a ferry to Colonia, then a bus to Montevideo, from where we would take another coach to our destination, Cabo Polonio. Unfortunately, due to poor planning on our part, we had missed the coach and would need to wait until morning for the next one. Undeterred, we found a hostel for the night and booked the first bus to Cabo Polonio for the next morning. We ...
... 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 ...
"Go to Cabo Polonio, go!" I was told by nearly everyone whom I consulted with about my east coast trip in Uruguay. They told me it's beautiful, remote, electricless, and only accessible by a 4x4 truck or by foot. Sounded like a great place to end my nature adventures before I make my way to Santiago, Chile via the other two capitols on the way. Monti & Baires.