Las Dunas Hotel
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Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
... the bikes. The seats reclined, they had a bathroom, air conditioning and WI-FI; why haven't we taken buses like this more often? It was so much easier!
When we first arrived into Punta del Este, we stayed in a hostel that had been recommended to us. It was nice but there was no-one staying there and they didn't have any communal outdoor areas for us to hang out and relax in the sun. We moved to a different hostel the next ...
... then suddenly accepted us when he discovered Amanda was Aussie too! We jumped in quickly and Amanda kept him talking the whole journey. He wasnt going to Punta so was going to drop us off at the La Barra taxi rank. Somehow Amanda persuaded him to keep driving to Punta. He dropped us off at the edge of Punta so we still had another 20 minute walk back to our hostel which I practically ran as I was so cold! 3am arrived and so did we at the hostel. A quick hot shower and straight to bed it ...
... br> Most restaurants are open in December and the lodging is very reasonable. I stayed in a quasi- Bed and Breakfast called " La Lomita Del Cholingo" a couple of kilometers from the town center. It was nice enough, the owner was Rodrigo, a stoner, dreadlock-surfer type who was a great guy and a surprisingly savvy businessman. After he showed me my living quarters, he gave me a map and an mountain bike and I was ready to ...
... are required to drive with the headlights on in the middle of the day – Al hadn’t turned them on. We quickly got all the driving papers to the cop and being identified as Australian, not American, Al was asked to step out of the car. The guy breath tested him and it was only 1pm – he was all fine on that one. I was still sitting in the car and they looked like they were having a lovely chat about our travel plans in Al’s broken ...