Parque Hotel Jean Clevers
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... square in Carmelo had a couple of options, one of which worked.
Turns out the hostel does not exist where stated and most
hotels near the river, about 10 blocks from the Plaza. Had to go to the ferry
terminal to get decent info and a map and then settled on a nearby hotel after
exhausting 3 other, 2 of which were unmanned – 700 pesos and not nice!
... on the bus seemed to care a jot....this was South America after all and punctuality is not their strong point, if I had committed this heinous error on a UK bus I would have probably have been greeted with boos and hisses and clicks of the tongue!
My heart did sink at the sight of the bus as it meant that today I would be traveling to Punte del Este with the "herd", don't get me wrong , I realize that I too am part of the "herd" but it just so happens that I prefer not to ...
... our or just going for a walk along the beach. The only tourist attraction that we knew about was seeing La mano en la arena, or “the hand” to everyone else. It is a sculpture of a giant hand that appears to be coming up out of the sand, and has been a fixture in Punte del Este since 1982.
Although our hostel was nice, the main strip of Punta del Este was quiet and clearly out of peak season. Numerous times ...
... we got into the lobby. Our guide is Juan Carlos, a nice man, probably in his sixties. I explain that we have a small problem, which I realize that I hadn’t mentioned here previously. One of the pictures we bought at the Mercado yesterday, a framed piece that we were sure would fit in Kaaren’s suitcase, won’t even come close. It didn’t look that big in the shop where we bought it. So we need to make arrangements to have it shipped home. Juan Carlos says ...
The nightlife is not quite going in early December. Things usually heat up right before the New Year. The only place to go in December is “Moby Dick's on the peninsula, yet, I opted for a raging BBQ at my B&B with some Argentines, Portuguese, and my drunk English buddies who were an absolute riot.
The waves looked fantastic and there were plenty of surfers at several spots along the beach. I ...