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After a couple of bus rides we arrived to the wonderful quiet town of Manantiales where we visited Soli and Anita, old friends of Lane from Aspen! We had a fantastic time there meeting great people, eating delicious food and stand-up paddling on the atlantic ocean (for me more "sit-down" paddling because of the big waves ;-) ) Also we were lucky that it was off-season, otherwise we would not have had the beach just for ...
... and now the area is full of mostly Pines, Eucalyptus, Acacias and various species of bushes. During December of 1979, 450 acres was donated to the Municipality of Maldonado and then opened to the public. The Lussich Arboretum is one of the most important Forest Reserves in the world.
We spent about an hour with Patricia, walking the paths through this unique wild and unique Arboretum and marveling at the expansive views to the ocean below. Afterwards, ...
... from then on. We found a beach with clear water, had some fun with Matias (the guy who was sleeping in the bunk under Scott and got a free night because of the 'incident') and the Brazilians arrived and were in serious party mood. See pic of Osama bin Laden in Euros. Things turned pear shaped when we went to Punta del Este ("PdE"). Think Gold Coast with ****** beaches. It was a concrete jungle and outrageously expensive. An espresso coffee was US$6. We ...
... it for 2 days to the Uruguay border! We stayed overnight at Federico Westphalen, at a hotel, and then camped in a small run-down town at the sea, near Rio Grande, called Cassino.... What a dreadful place to end our absolutely fantastic stay in Brasil! The camping was too awful for words... So bad that we just couldn't even shower there. So far, camping has been with fellow travellers, but this place seemed to be just a place where all the homeless ...
... with plastic and other waste materials to demonstrate the longevity of plastic waste in the oceans. Around the point, we cut inland past interesting housing to the square which contains a small, old lighthouse and a larger, newer one, plus an interesting blue painted church where a christening is taking place. We take photos, then head back to the waterfront and around to the main beach, where hunger pangs strike just as we are at the closest point to ...