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... the coast around the point, making an inland detour to check out the lighthouse and nearby church.
Near the point (punta) it was all lovely old villas but as went inland was all high rises – there were strips of golden sand, rockpools and again huge swathes of mussel shells, though not clear if the sea lions were responsible and if so , how?
Got a good look at them in the fisherman's port which ...
... it was very low season in la coronilla, so the research centre wasn't open but i took some photos for the boys. On the way back to Punta del Diablo, we stopped at santa teresa national park, the same park where the fort that we visited yesterday is. We went to a smaller old fort like building and walked around to a few coi ponds and to some plant interpretation centres. We were lost. The signs inside the park were pretty average at best, but we managed to find our way to ...
Population 83. Altitude 12 meters above sea level. I'm not sure why the elevation is important but it's right there on the road sign as you enter Punta Del Diablo. Apparently the population of this village can spike to over 20,000 during the peak season, but right now that prospect is about as far fetched as sitting in traffic during rush hour. Things couldn't be any more chilled out.
Sipping mate, fine ...
Stop 3 on the Uruguayan coastal tour is Punte del Diablo. We arrived at a fantastic hostel with a very well equipped kitchen, big lounge, hammocks and a pool. The owner seems to really know what travellers want, we think after so many hostels we could a good job of setting up our own, maybe an idea for our next adventure?! We spent the first afternoon relaxing and making friends here.
Day 2 we were off on bikes to the national ...
... and see whats going on inside Cero Stress.
Ha! This is one of my first days on the job, and the boss, Bernardo, is taking a huge nap toward the end of the morning/afternoon shift. Although I had just started, I recognized a priceless opportunity when I saw one. And I was happy I did, because it would be useful in the future when Bernardo was giving me a hard time. You see, Bernardo was a passionate guy. ...
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