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... very inviting slightly chilly sea.
Back at the hosel by tea time I found that I'd managed to burn both my chest and my back. Good sun tan lotion management there. After an impromptu Skype with Mama I got on with writing up my Spanish notes into something a bit more usable whilst Ed & Rach watched a Champions League game on the teledu.
I beat Ed ...
... really nice marina but jenny and i wanted to go up the chairlift, to a bi hill, to get some views over the town. The lift went to the top of the hill with panoramic views toward the ocean and the hills behind which contained uruguays 4th highest point. The views were nice and after taking them in, we headed down to the marina.The marina was really nice, there were people fishing everywhere, some catching tiny sardines, others catching big ...
... sandwich and milkshake (oh and the tip of course!)
From Punta Del Diablo there are 5-6 bus departures to San Carlos on at least two companies. We took the 11am bus with Cynsa, it takes about 2 hours or so). From San Carlos you can catch the local bus to Punta Del Este which takes around a further 40 minutes.
Cost: 225 peso pp from Punta Del Diablo to San Carlos. 36 pesos pp from San Carlos to Punta del ...
... highway, fairly far from the sea which we knew the house was overlooking and with nothing recognisable around! I noticed an estate agent across the road so we went to ask him for directions. He told us we had been dropped off at a minimum 40 minute walk away!!! Then he said the local bus would take us to Casa Pueblo if we just waited for it at the bus stop outside his shop. Hey presto, 5 minutes later a rickety old bus turned up and drove us straight to the house and dropped ...
... is held up until the gates open. We are glad we have allowed plenty of time in case of another blockade. The expressway is clear and we get to the airport with plenty of time to spare, paying our driver with a mix of pesos and US dollars.
At check in, we can’t get the window seat we think we booked six months ago, but are mollified by an allocation to Premium Economy, whatever that is. In the lounge, Dianne is sorting out photos in ...