Las Olas Resort Hotel Punta Del Este
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... and along the coast. It was very nice. The house designs varied quite a bit unlike at home were every development seems to have only 2 or 3 styles. Plus some houses had rooms that looked like they were some sort of thatch. Later that day we relaxed at the pool and enjoyed the sun and good weather that finaly arrived.
Martin offered to drive us to Montevideo for our next stop. He lives in Montevideo and is a ...
... and now the area is full of mostly Pines, Eucalyptus, Acacias and various species of bushes. During December of 1979, 450 acres was donated to the Municipality of Maldonado and then opened to the public. The Lussich Arboretum is one of the most important Forest Reserves in the world.
We spent about an hour with Patricia, walking the paths through this unique wild and unique Arboretum and marveling at the expansive views to the ocean below. Afterwards, ...
... later in the day so had to take the top bunks. This was unfortunate as there was no air con (and hot air rises). Despite climbing into our bunks at 1am after a couple of litre bottles of Priscilla (beer), there was no sleep. The heat of the day was trapped in this tiny room. It was so ridiculously hot even tho we slept naked in our beds (yep... Pretty sure the guys underneath us copped an eye full). It was horrible. To make matters worse, Scott apparently could ...
... next two nights. There's no mains electricity or running water in Cabo, so our house had solar power and water pumped from a well and it was nice to get away from technology. A stunning night sky view, the best meal of my trip so far, a lighthouse visit and sea lion spotting rounded up a very relaxing stay. The show must move on and Punta del Este was the next destination. It's been labelled the St Tropez of ...
... on time.
The taxi back is a lot cheaper than the remis, but gets us there OK. We’re early, and manage to change our ticket for the 12.30pm bus which is just about to depart.,getting seats further back, but with a better forward view, except for a curtain and pillar right beside us. The bus is definitely non-express, and stops at regular COT bus shelters, and diverts into the new and flash airport to pick up. Two of the new passengers ...