La Viuda del Diablo
Travel Blogs from Punta del Diablo
A little fishing town which apparently turns into a party town in January for youngsters. Now at the end of the season there aren't many shops and restaurants open and it feels a bit ghostly. There are beautiful sandy beaches here, most of the time with no one on them. There was a fire a few years ago which destroyed a lot of houses and last year …
... amazing from over this animal filled lagoon, so we watched it until it started getting too cold. We got back in the car, which i now had the keys to, and i drove for first time on wrong side of road in a manual. Man it was a weird feeling, compounded by the fact that i havent driven a car in nearly 9 months. We detoured to to grocery store to pick up some stuff for dinner and i got us safely back to the hostel where we cooked dinner and i made my first yerba mate which was a small ...
(Sorry if you've read this one before; it got deleted off our blog somehow so I've had to re-post it.) Needless to say, volunteering with sea turtles was my idea rather than Ric's, but we both had such an amazing time here! The Karumbé field station is based in La Coronilla, a small coastal town in the Rocha region of Uruguay near the border with Brazil, between Punta del Diablo and Chuy. We stayed here for two weeks and fell in love with the turtles (and Rubia the ...
... out of their way to help you. They’re super chilled too.
... constantly be up to something. At first, we clicked. Then she spent all of week two ignoring me, not speaking a word. Salome said it was because she liked me. That week of silence really hurt, but I got over it, just as she did. In weeks three and four we became friends again. And your complimentary video of this post will show you how precious she really is. Just click.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking