Punta Trouville Apartments
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... The hostel is very nice - high ceilings, nice furniture and decoration, and also has a rooftop area. It is run by two Irish brothers (Sean and Brendon) and a Uruguayan woman, Maria. It was too early to check in so I left my bag and managed to withdraw some money. I walked down to the seafront and sat for a while and saw Shaun and his dog, Mono, on the small beach there. I walked downtown and had a coffee then sat in one of the plazas for a while. ...
... with only one massive round of seats and 40.000 Uruguayans supporting their team like if it was already World Cup.
On all of that, we were the only 15 people, one-five, supporting Northern Ireland together with those 4 Northern Irish folks. The girls were screaming like hell and Uruguayans laughing at us! Amaaaazing experience even if we lost 1-0. Watching Cavani, Caceres, Forlan and the others was quite impressive by the way. Buena Suerte Italy, it won’t be easy!
... for 40 pesos! That works out to less than a pound and as most of our meals have, unfortunately, been on the slightly expensive side (travelling in a group means our service charge is always high!) we were glad about a cheap and filling lunch. After a very relaxing day on the beach we headed back to Montevideo for dinner and to reunite with the rest of our tour group. Aliza ...
... Chances are, she can’t hold a steady job. Or she’s probably daydreaming about quitting.
Don’t date a girl who travels. She might have wasted her college degree and switched careers entirely. She’s not sure when the next paycheck is coming.
Don’t date a girl who travels for she has chosen a life of uncertainty. She doesn’t have a plan or a permanent address.
Don’t date a girl ...
... her fake smile at us and cranked up the music as we prepared to leave the hostel. Firstly up, Jessie J's, "It's not about the money", boomed out, as she stomped around singing at the top of her voice. If that wasn't a big enough hint to bugger off... Radiohead's "Creep" was next on the hostel's speakers.... hmmm, our cue to leave. And we did, right after I shoved their Argentinian guide book, 2012 version in English, into my backpack. Hopefully no one from Pocitos Hostel has read ...