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... Every afternoon a local 'drumming band' made their way onto the beach to treat everyone to some South American beats that got everybody up and dancing and it was the little things like this that gave Punta Del Diablo a very unique feel and a magnetic draw that made us really not want to leave.
However, after 4 days it was time to pack our backpacks and say good bye to Uruguay and re introduce ourselves to Brazil. Next stop Florianopolis, see you there!!!
... is the actual border line, so when you cross it you're in a different country! As far as our biking goes we rode just over 1000km in Argentina and Uruguay all together! Now our plan is to bus to Florianopolis Brasil and then fly to Salvador. We hope to find a small town near Salvador to be a part of for a month or so. Maybe find a little tutoring work, make some art, practice some capoeira (Tracey), and make some new friends. We shall see what the rest of our honeymoon has in ...
... and I began the walking it was meant to be a four hour walk in total. I got a little bit lost at first but then I found my way. I asked some people for directions and they were saying 'oh no you can't walk it's a very long way'. But I knew it was far and I really wanted to walk. So eventually I made it onto the beach and began my walk. It was amazing. Totally deserted stretches of beach. The odd lifeguard here and there but really I hardly saw anyone. The ...
... street of a town we jumped back on a bus back to Del Este and hit up some ice cream. In south america it is supposed to be really good but so far I'm unimpressed. Whilst the flavours are bang on (this one was cheese cake) they are not viscous enough, and most of this one was left in a trail behind me on the pavement.
The three hour bus ride to Punta Del Diablo got us into town after dark, but the intial impression is of a one horse end of the line town. Dirt roads and ...
... by driving by. I
stopped and was just starring at this stunning and (at least for me) unique spectacle.
went to a few different beaches (of course it was too cold to go
swimming, but they did look nice), I saw many VW Beetles with huge tyres
on for a dirt road track, a little hill and then I went to "Fortaleza Santa Teresa". On the way there I had a
few difficulties to stay on my track: cows. Lots.
I made ...