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Travel Blogs from Punta del Este
... for a double, 176 pesos for a dorm.
Vizarón: It has a nice looking setup but can say we were overly impressed. The food was ok but not great, not to mention they got part of the order wrong, but who knows may be an off night. The staff however were extremely friendly.
Cost: we both had Salmon (i think around 450 pesos each), I had a beer, Gabriella a Juice and we shared a desert and total came to 1600 pesos
... 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.
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- 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.
... walked around we saw no-one and noticed that lots of the restaurants and shops were closed for the winter. As the strong, cold winds howled through the streets, we realised that it must get quite cold here in the winter and I abandoned any thoughts of staying around here to do my volunteer activities. Thankfully the time in the hostel was pleasant and warm enough for us to sit outside, relax, play cards and chat to the other tourists.
Had some internet problems downloading took about forever.
Here are some more photos of Punta del Este.
Formal night was short.....it was very windy and I was starting to feel...well....not really all that well. I guess the my ...
... of brazen flesh out on display! The women were also extremely well cooked by the sun and wore a bikini to dinner at restaurants, when out shopping and when hopping on and off buses! There was simply no way a skinny, translucent, flat chested girl like myself could compete, so I didn't. I had my hands full trying to prevent Tom from walking in front of cars, due to numerous fleshy distractions! But I did enjoy walking along the beautiful beach at dusk ...