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After a couple of bus rides we arrived to the wonderful quiet town of Manantiales where we visited Soli and Anita, old friends of Lane from Aspen! We had a fantastic time there meeting great people, eating delicious food and stand-up paddling on the atlantic ocean (for me more "sit-down" paddling because of the big waves ;-) ) Also we were lucky that it was off-season, otherwise we would not have had the beach just for ...
... him anymore so I said goodbye and left. His friend was coming after me on his bike, asked for my name and where I'm from. I politely answered, but I didn't want to talk to him either, so I wished him a good day and he drove away. The second I started walking a seagull pooped on me. On my chest. (If that's karma, I haven't done anything bad lately! People are mean to me and then I get **** on? - so not fair).
After cleaning myself with my last tissue I kept walking. In a very bad mood. ...
... high. We found a non-diving boat that said they were doing the tirp and we could simply swim (they didn't have dive gear). In typical South American fashion however, they called our hotel the next morning to tell us they, too, were cancelling due to wind.
Despite not being able to swim with sea lions, our trip to Punta was not a total waste. We enjoyed some delicious Uruguayan steak at Los Caracoles (means "snails" in Spanish, ...
... have a look at the outdoor amateur tango, walk further to look at some good architecture before returning to our room via the supermarket for Coke and drinking water. Couldn’t find a lot on TV, but the free wi-fi was working in the room so Dianne could surf the net.
Sunday 27th February Montevideo – Punta del Este (Uruguay)
We have a 12 o’clock checkout, so have a good breakfast and head out toward the old city to do ...
... why they were dressed so well. It turns out they were working here and as Punta Del Este was very expensive, this is the cheapest accommodation they could find. As to what they worked as, I did not pry and they looked tired. As they put their jackets on hangers in the room, I could not help thinking that they were totally in the wrong place. A room like this would inevitably get dust on their suits and they should be in a place where they could unwind after a hard day of work.