Luisa Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the lay-by for the same treatment awaiting our bus. One tall, broad, stone faced officer approached the front of the bus, where I was sat, his large machine gun hanging by his side. He asked to see my ticket and passport, and then looked in my small rucksack. He seemed satisfied. The stupid thing is, I could have had anything in my big bag that wasn't checked. He then spoke to the man next to me. The only thing I really picked up on ...
... so put our backpacks in a locker (£4) and headed into the main town to get some supplies for the 16 hour journey ahead. It was so much busier than the area we had just left, lots of great market sellers letting you try before you buy and locals buzzing around Christmas shopping, not quite on the scale of Black Friday but it appears Brazilians love a last minute shopping dash as much as the rest of us. We had sprung for some luxury on the ...
... to our volunteering in Uruguay. This was mostly true and we enjoyed a very comfortable trip to Chuy on what we assumed must be a Uruguayan bus company as they handed out complimentary whiskey and martinis of all things. Tasted way better than the stuff I stole off dad when I was 14. A 30 minute local hop at 3AM left us navigating the small town of Punta Del Diablo to a hostel called Diablo Tranquilo that was anything but quiet and greeted us with smiles and cheap, potent ...
... we went back to the room to relax I watched some shows on the iPad while Elisha played on the Internet.
At about 21:00 we decided we should go eat something so we went back to the Japanese restaurant to get some noodles. We both got yakisoba with veggies.
Back at the hostel we didn't last too long till we wanted to go to sleep again. So we called it a ...
... sandy beaches drenched in sun. Not to worry I thought as the hostel is famed for its home cooked food and friendly backpackers. When I arrived the place was almost deserted and dinner had been cancelled! That night those that were there went to bed at 10.00pm and I ended up watching 'The Hangover 2' with the guy that ran the hostel. Hardly the rock and roll atmosphere Floripa was famed for.
The next day ...