Hotel La Bluette
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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!
... stop by the side of the road. We waited and waited but a bus for Punta Del Este didn't come, so we eventually decided to get on the one to Maldonado which is the town in front of Punta. At the next stop Jack looked at the back and saw a bus for Punta behind us!!! Quickly we jumped off the bus we were on and got on that one, with the other people from the bus stop folllowing us. We got back to Punta Del Este around half 4, after a much longer and difficult trip than expected.
... here. The sun was scorching and the sand felt like we were walking on hot coals! The beach was packed with holidaymakers and lots of people were in the sea, bodyboarding and jumping the waves which are high and fast! After a spot of sunbathing we went to the sea to cool off, and the cold Atlantic Ocean was extremely refreshing. We spent some time jumping waves and testing out my new waterproof digital camera. We sunbathed some more before some ...
... the end, and we were able to pay by credit card to preserve our cash for the taxi.
Back in the room, the wi-fi is working, so Dianne orders a taxi for the morning by internet on the i-phone. Pretty scary stuff, but the confirmation comes through, and we are able to pack most of our gear and hit the sack with some confidence, even though Dianne is keeping to the middle of the double bed, consigning the relatively thick-skinned Murray to the ...
... and more helpful, generally. Can you guess the outcome?
As my turn to be served approached, one of the male operators beckoned me forward. I nodded, proceeded forward and gave him my documents through the booth window. Soon he was starting to get agitated and it was as I did not speak Spanish. With him not been able to speak English, we were at an impasse. He gestured towards the clock with his eyes and showed me times of the next buses to Colonia and of the ...