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... so I decided I would do that. There is a nature reserve called Reserva Santa Teresa. You can get dropped off from a bus to enter the reserve and then walk through it and arrive on the beaches and then walk and walk and walk until you get back to Punta Del Diablo. So I got a bit lost trying to find the bus stop but managed just to wave the bus down. He wasn't going to stop but I smiled sweetly and he pulled up a bit further down the road. That dropped me at ...
... type buildings. Most of which were closed it still being out of season. At the hostel we were told there is no ATM in the town (more like a village actually) and most places don't take card. This is a problem, as with an ATM charge of US$6 (even for Pesos) we've been avoiding taking money out, thinking that by paying by card any charges will still come in as less than using an ATM. There is a certain irony in coming into and leaving the country essentially penniless.
... got home I had almost
60 km on my wheels and about 5.5 hours duration. Of course I stopped in
between to have a look around at the little lake with animals like
peacocks, sheep, chicken, birds (again: a bird is an animal with wings
for me, there are only a few exceptions - like chicken and peacock),
mammals (I have no idea what kind of mammals, but the one looked very
funny and even stood still for me to take a picture).
... was dead so I throw it into the bushes. This snake won't scare anymore people. We decided to make dinner tonight because the one restaurant that was open was too expensive. Joss and I are both craving burritos but are too lazy to make them. So, we decide to make pasta with chickpeas. We were about to play a game of bridge and then this horrible 60 year old Canadian noticed and wanted to join. The Canadian doesn't like lulu, hated ...
The high/drunk hostel employee and his mate put on a very
loud but good show with the music but thankfully had petered out by 11pm –
managed to get in my 8 hours and still get up to see the tail end of sunrise. Checked
out marine life on the rocks and in the water again – more in water movement
with seals doing somersaults though of course not when the camera was running.
Still no whales or live penguins though did see ...