Solanas Vacation Club
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... on the bus seemed to care a jot....this was South America after all and punctuality is not their strong point, if I had committed this heinous error on a UK bus I would have probably have been greeted with boos and hisses and clicks of the tongue!
My heart did sink at the sight of the bus as it meant that today I would be traveling to Punte del Este with the "herd", don't get me wrong , I realize that I too am part of the "herd" but it just so happens that I prefer not to ...
... our or just going for a walk along the beach. The only tourist attraction that we knew about was seeing La mano en la arena, or “the hand” to everyone else. It is a sculpture of a giant hand that appears to be coming up out of the sand, and has been a fixture in Punte del Este since 1982.
Although our hostel was nice, the main strip of Punta del Este was quiet and clearly out of peak season. Numerous times ...
... Citibank. She’s from Mexico. I have no idea what their relationship is, but they seem to be good friends. Eventually, at almost midnight, we call a taxi and head back to our hotel. This is the latest we’ve stayed out, and we’re exhausted after all the walking in the afternoon.
Long version: We woke up in time for breakfast this morning, and had plenty of time to eat. Then we packed up and went to wait in the lobby for our pickup. They came just ...
... 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 ...