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We spent the morning wandering around this gorgeous old colonial town. Cobbled streets, old dilapidated buildings, city walls and clapped out classic cars. Really very pretty, and we were up early so it felt like a ghost town. Topped off by finding a restaurant that was showing the 6 nations England game...probably Paddy's best Valentine's to date!! In the evening we caught the ferry back to Buenos ...
... in Australia. The rocky coastline is interspersed by stretches of rough sand and the waters of the Rio de la Plata are awash with flotsam and dirty brown in colour. Our restaurant experiences in Colonia have been questionable to say the least, with tough, overcooked and overpriced meat. On the up side, we have had a lovely time relaxing, strolling the gorgeous little tree lined streets of Old Town, poking about ...
... to feel Christmassy in 30 degree heat at the beach doesn't really work. I think quite a few people at the hostel felt the same, especially the Europeans! It was great that we all managed to have a proper meal and celebration - even if it ended with Bart dancing on the table to Pitbull!
We left Punta del Diablo on the 27th, and made our way to Cabo Polonio with Bart. Cabo Polonio is an old hippy commune which apparently has no electricity or internet (though ...
... burner and a big west facing terrace where we could sit and watch the sun go down nursing a beer or a wine or two listening to the melodious sounds of joyful birdsong.
The owners, a young couple from Buenos Aires instantly made us very welcome. In the living-kitchen-dining room of the cottage was a loaf of freshly baked bread, a home-made carrot cake, two bowls of home-made jam and a wee bottle of local speciality, honey liqueur. We ...
... auto;">Metros/subways used - 39
Cars used - 9
Minivans - 10
Russian Campervans used -1