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Travel Blogs from Chuy
... beach and on one of the days one of the dogs that hung around the hostel followed us to the beach and basically hung around with us all day. Wherever we went she followed! Even though it had been great hanging out at the beach the digs we were staying in were not really that nice so this dampened the whole couple of days. Punta del Diablo is a cool little place and would be great if the accommodation on offer was a little better in ...
... 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 ...
... for my next trip to South America down the road of the always elusive future.
Our last day was spent lapping up the sunshine once again in the old town of Colonia del Sacramento before returning to Buenos Aires for my 5am flight to the end of the world... Patagonia next son!! See you there.
Happy New Year! I hope you're all sticking to your new years resolutions and may the new year bring you everything you reach for!
... to make sure we could have one last meal there (since it was cash only, of course!). The family that ran the little restaurant was so great as well.... they had moved to Uruguay from Italy, and were a bunch of friendly, laid-back surfers. Not only did they have amazing, homemade gnocchi (Mom, you would have LOVED it!), but they also made an UNREAL type of pasta called Bigoli--which is apparently only made in the small region of Italy where they are from. To make ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking