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... With the Kardashians. After making and eating empanadas, Noa and I were recruited to run down to the corner store to buy Alfajores for everyone. We are officially addicted to these South American, moon-pie like treats which we had seen and sampled here and there up north, but seem to be EVERYWHERE in Argentina and Uruguay. Alfajores fill the snack shelves of every grocery store, big or small. They overtake the gum and cigarette areas of gas station ...
... about our visit to Punta was that Craig thought that according to the guide books he was going to see beautiful women in bikini´s strolling around on the beach, when in fact, given it was midweek and out of season, all he got was old people and crinkly bums! Nae luck Craig!
The other things that Piriapolis brought was rain...all night long. Poor wee tent is soaked and has been put away for the last time this trip. Bye bye canvas, hello solid walls!
We arrived in Punta del Este from Tacuarembo and did we feel out of place!! Here we are walking with our backpacks and dogs through a beach town that looks like we are in Beverly Hills. We felt like the movie,"Down and Out in Beverly Hills". Luckily we only had a 4 block walk. We couldn't believe that there was even a Hostel in this town! The hostel was great, it was right in the main part of town and only ...
Ola from Uruguay!
On a very rainy January 4th, we set off to Aeroparque Jorge Newberry in Buenos Aires for our flight to Montevideo, Uruguay. After a very unconfortable flight with a lot of turbulence, we landed in Montevideo.
The airport of Montevideo has a new terminal which is not quite finished yet. Therefore, there´s not really a bus stop or ticket offices for buses to Punta del Este, our first destination. After getting our luggage, we were waiting ...
... the destination for up-scale South Americans. In fact, when the beach-front Hotel and Casino Argentino opened in 1930, it was, reportedly, the grandest hotel in South America. Piriapolis was created in 1890 by Francisco Piria and inspired by European sea-side resorts of the period. And while Piriapolis seems to ...