La Viuda Del Diablo
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After a day at the El Diablo Tranquilo Playa Suites, we switch hotels to our fanciest of the trip, La Viuda Del Diablo. Needless to say, it delivered.
... underdeveloped compared to most of the Caribbean and all of the recent buildings have taken on the thatched roof cabana style- it would be amazing to come back in a big group for a cabana holiday! We found what we think was pineapple cider (see photo) at a beach bar...maybe something to bring back for the West country summer? The hostel was really great, lots of hammocks and a massive nightly ...
... is doing the dinners for the hostel and I didn't dislike him. After too much beer and fun I put myself to bed. My observations: Uruguay is expensive ; Mary j is weak and from Paraguay; You should pick up frogs in the dark because the could be poisonous; I've seen more dead wild life than alive 2 seals, one snake, 10 flat frogs vs one live seal, one frog and two owls; Spoons should be played more at parties; Girls shouldn't drink as much as ...
... before our flights and a desire for flexibility - buses don't run as often now as they do during the high season - we picked up a rental car in Montevideo. It looks like the car was overkill though as it has been parked ever since we arrived here and fell victim to the hammocks. Oh well, maybe we'll stop in a couple of spots on the drive back to town tomorrow. For now my hammock gently rocks and the waves keep on ...
May 19 - June 13
During temporada baja, low season, Punta del Diablo remains true to its old form.
Right now, this sleepy yet colorful coastal village contains no more than a few hundred people. But during high season, which begins somewhere around November, the population swells to 25,000 or more. Party-seekers, who are mostly from Brazil and Argentina, flock to Punta del Diablo for surfing, dune boarding, and horse ...