Hotel La Bluette
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... I need some beach time to calm down. Usually it helps as I'm in love with beaches and sand, but this time it didn't (and it didn't help that it was actually too cold for beach).
Only 20 minutes later I decided I'll go back to my hostel. Arriving there
I changed in my running outfit and started running. I'm surprisingly
fit so I just kept running, for more than
one hour. I felt so bad about that guy asking me if I'm pregnant that I couldn't help myself ...
... making it the place to be. We caught the tail end of the high season, so the concerts and some of the clubs had already shut down, but it was still crowded.
Some advance researched had turned up some good potential diving, the highlight being an island that housed a sea lion colony of 50,000+ sea lions. Unfortunately it was hard to get in touch with any dive operators, and hard to find any since the websites were all ...
... Very good first Impression here in Uruquay.
The 15 km ride into Punte del Este was very pleasant with clean wide Roadways with paved shoulders ideal for Cycling.
Checked in at the Salto Grande and had an excellent Merluza Fish Dinner.
Punta Del Este is very modern with Designer buildings everywhere and the Airport is packed with Corporate Jets.
The Ferias Destination Punta del Este is bustling and busy all a little too Touristic for me , but quite OK.
I just learned ...
... We passed the next hour fiddling with the computer, and looking out at the brown, flat horizon until the low mangrove lined Uruguay coastline came into sight.
A$1 = 20 UR$ (Uruguayo pesos)
1UR$ = 5c Australian
Colonia del Sacramento (the historical section is a Unesco World Heritage site) was pretty ordinary from the ferry, but it was on a definite peninsular, and did have a substantial lighthouse on it. It sits on the ...
... but a lot better than the breakfasts in Uruguay). Slowly my mind pushed away my restlessness and the sight of the blue sky took over.
It was finally time to check in and after putting in my name, country and passport number, I went to my assigned room. It was an eight bed dorm and very similar to the décor of the one I stayed in, in Montevideo. Only this was a lot more minimalist. The floors were bare plants of wood and the bed frames were wooden too. The beds were very thin ...