Hotel El Medano
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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
As mentioned before, we had to have our vehicle out of Brasil before 28 February. So after leaving Foz early morning on the 24th, we contemplated staying at a Jesuit mission area around San Miguel, or going to the wine area of Caxias do Sul... But began to get nervous of unexpected problems at the border, especially with our papers stamped CANCELADO! Brasil is such a huge country that we needed time to find another border, or make another plan, if necessary! So ...
... for an evening meal. There are a lot of restaurants in Punta del Este so it was a bit of a lottery and we definitely didn't win because we had perhaps the most expensive and worst value pizza ever. In fact it was rubbish. Slightly disheartened, we walked down to the port looking for a decent bar but they all seemed to be selling beers at more than five pounds a go and you can't enjoy them at that price, so we gave up and went home to watch ...
... As over tired and exhausted as we were the people at the company were so nice to us and I even used their cell phone to call my mom and dad just to say hi ;) In my defense Niki called London...twice!
The lady at the bus company told us they would watch our luggage and to see Montevideo while we were there. This is where our delay became a blessing in disguise because Niki was going to surprise her boyfriend with a trip ...
... His image has dropped a lot in my eyes. This country was my least favourite in South America; there is more to this).
Heading back towards ‘El Mano’, we headed off the main road and proceeded left. Myself and Gitte were speaking together and it was I who was leading. As it was relatively early and my curiosity was still about; the need to further explore was evident. Leonora was almost a permanent fixture behind us. She was a few steps behind us and looking ...