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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... to cook dinner, especially since we need to save for surf school - spag bol, a classic. The ever entertaining trip to foreign supermarkets was all the better for not ending up with a tube of meat, and the kitchens in these places are always a completely jumbled collection of stuff. 2 china plates, one plastic spiderman bowl, 7 forks and 1 knife, a pot that looks like it has been used for 5 years without washing, no chopping ...
... South America!!
Punta Del Este for another 2 nights to lay at the beach!
Another interesting night out after a 1:30 am dinner. I KILLS us to wait that long to eat. Being a local can be tough! Haha! I am in the token írish bar´and I am being barged, DELIBERATELY by a woman with about 5 OLDER men, like over 50. Clancy and I roll our eyes, Look love, do you really think us two are going to get all on up with your boys? Then, the 60 year old with the white ...
... private" 12 bed dorm - we had the entire hostel to ourselves!
We went off for a walk to the see the sea and, after wandering along the Chica (small) bay, found (well, it was just there to be seen rather than "found" by us adventuring discoverers :-) a lighthouse. We climbed the 25 spiral stairs to the 151 stairs spiral staircase to the 18 steps step ladder (yes, I did count them up and down) to the observation area with a fantastic view ...
There was torrential rain overnight, which had cleared up a little by the following afternoon, so naturally we all rushed to the beach to make the most of the cloud. We set up a 4 a side game of beach football, which was enjoyable but at the same time knackering; Not only is the sand sapping but it requires a massive effort just to kick the ball out of the endless divots which naturally form in abundance across the pitch. We took a break at 2-2, and I looked down to examine ...
... then bumped into the nutter singer and Bonnie was resurected on the dusty streets of Cabo Polonio. Fantastic!
We left there on Wednesday for La Paloma, where we are now. It's a town and we're actually able to charge our cameras etc, get money out of ATM and flush the toilet without assistance! Miracle! We started off at a hostel on the outskirts of the town but we moved today (Thursday) to another one in the centre. It's pretty cool, and we'll be here ...