Posada del Rio
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... of free beds in a hostel next to the beach. The town is made up of about 100 permanent residents, who live in little wooden shacks spread out over the sand dunes. There is a village, where all the hostels and bars are, but it's very small and everything is painted in bright colours - and it was pretty when everything was lit up by candlelight at night. A lighthouse at the far end of the village lights up the night, and is surrounded by sea lion colonies. Speaking of ...
After our walk we headed back to the hotel for some rest, to catch up on this blog and for Shaylee to have a sleep. With the town seen earlier about the only other thing to do in Colonia is to hire a golf cart and take a tour of the outlying area, particularly the failed resort area that an entrepreneur tried to start in 1911, this includes a now abandoned and crumbling but still cool looking bull fighting ring, a race course that is ...
... to get too bored. The only problem we did have was the size. We couldn’t actually get both ribeye steaks in the frying pan at the same time they were so huge and once served onto plates there was barely room for anything else. We made do though, as I am sure you can imagine.
In addition to doing mean steaks, the Uruguayans actually make some pretty decent wine too and during our time in Colonia we were to enjoy sampling the ...
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... Argentina from Uruguay.
Only 1h and… here we are! Another country to be scratched from my scratch-map. Passport check and one more stamp on it too. It’s funny enough that when I travel to UK, France, Germany my Italian passport takes all the time a bit longer than other passports to be controlled… here in Latin America the Italian one is the fastest to pass the check and to receive ...