Victoria Fields Hotel & Resort
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... as hoping for a break in the clouds to see
the sunset from the point/beach/yacht club, back over the bridge on the river
bank south of town. There was a huge procession of cars heading that way too
and we were in for a treat – the cloud made it spectacular.
Back to the super for a beer and a stack of Stax for dinner –
at over £2 a pop I just have to stop!
... say about today really apart from watching useche attempt rock climbing (which he was very decent at) & checking out the waves along the coast to doing some rock climbing of our own (much smaller though) haha, the photos will tell you the story.
By this stage of the trip Uruguay had exceeded all my expectations and we were blown away by the generosity of the locals and our new friends.
... seemed to be shut and some bungalows beside the beach. It was a nice place to spend a relaxing couple of nights but at first I thought it was a shame that we only had one full day at the beach. However, with hindsight perhaps this was just as well considering that I turned a brilliant lobster red after only two hours on the beach. I spent the evening nursing my blistering skin over a bottle of vino tinto and a home-cooked ...
... I got most of the Spanish and V translated for me as well. Very nice tour around the Peninsula, through rich area of San Rafael, up to La Barra bridge (which the driver gave us a roller coaster ride on), Beverly Hills to a fantastic private Museum - the Museo Ralli. This museum is free and contains some major Spanish and Latin American art works including also many original Salvador Dali and European painters. Very few security guards, photography allowed and generally no signs saying ...
... me $20 bolivars ($6 CDN). Oh well.
I made it through the line and my suitcase weighed in at 22.4 kg. The maximum weight is 23 kg. Wow...just under the wire, yet again. The suitcase gods are definitely looking out for me:-)
After the check-in I had to go and pay a departure tax of about $190 bolivars ($48 CDN). Then it was good-bye to Ana and I proceeded to go through the security checkpoint.
I thought I should eat ...