Parque Hotel Jean Clevers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... and the projects that he wants to start. Gino was really interested in the project and hopefully they will work together on something. We chatted for a few hours and he was telling us lots of stories. He then told us we should go out for a meal in the evening to a parrilla restaurant that he recommended. So at about 10 we went out for dinner. There was a Colombian girl from Bogota also at the hostel and she came along too. It was a really ...
Was it worth it? Well, I couldn't really complain about transportation (1 ferry + 2 buses), so I guess the answer is yes. Punta del Este is said to be San Tropez of LatAm. Perhaps, during the festive season (till the end of January), when rich Portenos go there to celebrate NY, it is true. But starting February, the ...
... in front of us and stopped to watch it for a while. There's plenty of wildlife along Uruguay's beaches and you can go on trips to watch seals, sea lions and other coastal creatures. We continued past the surfers and up to Playa Brava, where we sat down in the afternoon sun and rested our legs.
The sun dipping in the sky signalled that it was time for us to head over to Playa Mansa on the western side of the peninsula and ...
... having entered Argentina by land, and only leaving for one night, Armando and I we were each greeted by US$100+ bills since we were now entering internationally by air. But instead of tarnishing our view of Uruguay, this served to add another sour pill to our BA experience.
Oh well, another lesson learned. Plus, I was now flying as far away from BA as I physically could in Argentina. In fact I was pretty much travelling to the end of the world...
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