Hosteria La Perla
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... and (not in the pictures) the best shooting stars I've ever seen (one was so close you could even see it burn and fall apart!!!)
The truck in the picture is the only way to get into Cabo Polonio as there are no streets for a bus/car. As we were early we managed to crab the top spot ...
... Galope and opted to travel to Cabo Polonio, which is probably the least visited beach in Uruguay. The beach is a protected national reserve and you can only get there by traveling for 30 minutes over the sand dunes in a 4x4. There are two beaches spearheaded by a lighthouse and most places don’t have electricity or Internet. I had to crouch down with my phone beside the only expensive hotel to find out the Newcastle score! The place ...
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... modern architecture and some architecture that completely falied. Someone didn't attend their geotechnical engineering lectures. We saw a beautiful house with the whole front side falling off. Note to self, never build a house on a beach sand foundation.
We found our hostel a little out of town and found out there is tons to do in this little town. The hostel ...
... colonial town with beautifully preserved Portuguese townhouses and cobbled streets) for a few days and had a bit of time to kill before our ferry back to Buenos Aires. We decided to rent an electric golf buggy to explore the town further and, upon being given instruction to stay on the roads, we headed off. Ruby drove first and we spent about 20 minutes rolling along the cobbled streets before heading onto the road that runs parallel to the beach. It was at this point ...