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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... the bus tickets first. In hind sight that makes sense but i think we were both a little tired. So we walked back to town and over to the Brazil bus station where we picked up tickets and made our way back to the immigration office. We stopped along the way to look at all the shops - nothing to eye catching but i did manage an almost full body wax for less than $20CAD. After obtaining ...
... mainly at Asunsion Island in Brazil. The base at La Coronilla is run by one main volunteer co-ordinator and, when we were there, two researchers from Spain as well as a couple of longer term volunteers. The rest of us were volunteers from all over (Argentina, Brazil, Germany, Wales, Aus, Canada, France) who were typically staying a week or so.
We were so impressed by the patience of the co-ordinators/volunteers who are pretty much going through the ...
... else. As we drove down from the bus station in a minivan the stereo was blasting cowboy hip hop music and our eyes were gazing at the curious sight of the village- wide dusty roads stemming from the dunes on the coast, little ramshackle huts scattered around, all different shape and size. It was a wonderful strangeness though, an elating and exciting strangeness.
And till now, our third day here- the ...
... thought they would collect all my speed tickets and present me a big bill (on the road there were often signs "fiscalizada electronica", might be that means electronic ticketing ;-). Finally I got the documents back without any comment.
Chui (Brazilian) / Chuy (Urugayan) is a busy duty free city with a big splitted central road - the southern two ways are Uruguay and the northern two ways Brazil. We looked for a place to sleep but it was quite costly ...