Terrazas del Puerto
Travel Blogs from Piriapolis
... sandwich and milkshake (oh and the tip of course!)
From Punta Del Diablo there are 5-6 bus departures to San Carlos on at least two companies. We took the 11am bus with Cynsa, it takes about 2 hours or so). From San Carlos you can catch the local bus to Punta Del Este which takes around a further 40 minutes.
Cost: 225 peso pp from Punta Del Diablo to San Carlos. 36 pesos pp from San Carlos to Punta del ...
... and we wanted to share the entire song with you.
3. If you have no desire to watch us bouncing around on horses, just take a few seconds to view the last 3 seconds of the video to see the sunset.
T n' A
- Strangely enough, I did not capture Adam surfing on camera. I can't remember if I didn't record him because he didn't want me to or if I was worried I'd get sand in the camera. Next time.
... they did it and we left, then they called us back, saying that they also had an official stamp, which they could put on there - why not? Makes it more official. Then it was off to the post office to have it all express shipped. I misunderstood the amount and thought the lady wanted $40 for the letter, but thankfully it was only $4 worth. Phew! Well I better have my certificate soon... After that we thought we would kill an hour with a beer and headed to a little bar. It was ...
We started this blog to share our adventures with family and friends since we wouldn't have a phone for the 3 months we’re in South America. We were hoping it would be a way for us to communicate with the people we love, but we can’t tell if anyone’s reading it because we’ve had so few comments--that's the only way we know if there's anyone on the ...
... for a hotel for the night. It was refreshing to have a clean bathroom and nice beds for the night after seven nights in a shared dorm room. We roamed the streets on our first night and managed to get some fairly good photos of the town which was very quaint and a good holiday destination for couples. Most of our time here was spent walking around the town and seeing the sights rather than hitting the non existent bars and clubs.
We headed for Montevideo on ...