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... Azcur (the name of this blog for those not keeping up).
After sorting ourselves out and settle into our nice room we decide to head out for a bit of a walk. We head down to the main beach where the famous La Mano en la Arena (a massive sculptured hand) stands in the sand. We walk into town and then along the coast as far as the marina before turning back and settling on a place called Virazón for dinner. We both have salmon and it is ...
... the water. Have you SEEN the size of me?! I've never been tossed around like a 3-year-old's teddy bear since my older brother had 2 feet on me in height. I loved every minute of it. I didn't posses quite the amount of energy needed to spend 8 hours a day in the water "until I have this thing down" as I had intended. Mother Nature did not hesitate to remind me she is large and in charge. I'll have to give it another college try in Thailand ...
... na dlugo pozostanie nam w pamieci jako przyklad zlego hostelu, zeby nie posluzyc sie bardziej kwiecistymi sformulowaniami.
ogolnie brod, smrod, brak cieplej wody, dziwni ludzie i 20 usd za lozko w 10cio osobowym dormie, ktory mial w dodatku powierzchnie okolo 15 m.kw.
dopiero rano okazalo sie ze miejscowosc ta nie jest pozbawiona bardziej przyzwoitych miejsc nocleogowych. jednak nasze zmeczenie nie pozwolilo nam tego dnia na dluzszy research.
Having caught up with Joce and Pascale on the night of the 28th, I woke up seriously contemplating not going to Uruguay. I had ferry tickets and ridiculously expensive accommodation in a dorm in a hostel booked, but I was very tempted to say goodbye to that money and spend NYE in BA with Joce and Pascale. But I decided to go as I hadn't been to Uruguay and I was in need of a mini adventure. On the ferry I received two texts one from Jen saying ...
... driven just over 100 kms to get to the town of Maldando, which again has a large campsite in the area. The tourist office was closed when we arrived, but we managed to get directions to the campsite. Once again it is a huge place, although this time about 2 kms from the beach and about 5 to town.
2nd - Another very quiet and relaxed day.
Pictures are for the house in next ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center