Las Olas Resort Hotel Punta Del Este
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Today was a glorious cloudless one, and being on the move a lot at the minute we decided on claiming it as a Lazy Beach Day. With Patagonia in sight beach days are going to become a thing of the past for the forseeable future. This is the hottest it's felt since Rio. Inbetween the sun worship I managed to fit in a pretty short interval run along the beach and a couple of dips ...
... clearly going to the same place. The bus was crowded and we had to stand at the back where we couldnt drink the alcohol we had bought as the policewoman who happened to be there told us off. For an hour the bus wound its way through the streets of Punta and La Barra before stopping outside a petrol station. Here, everyone piled off. So we got off too, still with no idea where the gig was supposed to be, we were expecting it to be on the actual beach as this is what it was billed ...
... Unfortunately my camera couldn't quite catch the moment. After a while we headed off to find a bar, I have no idea what it was called or exactly where it was but there were lots and lots of people all dancing and celebrating. I think we gate crashes the VIP section as the upstairs all had tables and bottles and bottles of champagne in ice buckets. Some of the group had some tequila which I quickly avoided as the "shot" was looking very much ...
... not the best beach in town but it certainly had enough string bikinis on it to live up to its name.
We then hopped on a bus to Jose Ignacius, another picturesque beach town packed with holiday makers from Argentina and full of boutique shops and real estate. Lots of walking and sun ensured a good night sleep and we were ready to move on to the bright lights and big city that is Montevideo.
... speechless. With that I thanked her and decided to head outside.
As the Bus Station was ill kept, I waited outside as I could not stand the various flies around, nor the people laying down on seats. (This looked like a lot had given up on life. Whilst some, indeed, had come to catch transport, others looked to be ‘killing time’. It was a sad sight). Leaning against an outside wall and looking at the roads ahead, a thought came to me. I wondered why ...