Rincon del Este Seaside Resort
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Had an ok night, except for a spider crawling all over me,
but was till happy there was plentiful good strong coffee but the rest of the
breakfast pretty blah!
Got the 9.45, thankful the rain stopped for the 10 min walk
to the bus station, to Montevideo and changed for Carmelo. My plans for the
loading up on dollars were thwarted by a defective ATM but thankfully the ...
... commented that Uruguay was empty now and when we arrived in Punta del Diablo his prediction was confirmed...it was like a ghost town! A couple of days were spent mostly sunning (yep, more tan!), cooking up healthy food, chatting to fellow ghosts and having a drink or three. Having no Uruguayan currency however meant we then had a rather eventful ATM trip, which involved a 10k walk there and a hitch hike back! ...
... in front of us and stopped to watch it for a while. There's plenty of wildlife along Uruguay's beaches and you can go on trips to watch seals, sea lions and other coastal creatures. We continued past the surfers and up to Playa Brava, where we sat down in the afternoon sun and rested our legs.
The sun dipping in the sky signalled that it was time for us to head over to Playa Mansa on the western side of the peninsula and ...
... of sick where in your head you actually wish you were dead because it would be better then having to live another second feeling the way you do. Not to mention I was on a bus... Imagine having a violent case of salmonella on an airplane with only one toilet. Yeah, it was like that. Because of my "issue" I begged Niki to take it really easy on Friday. We took some pictures, met a couple of wild sea lions (yes, really met!) and ...
... on your back?” Taken aback, my response was that of uncertainty. This is due to there being no recollection of them on my part. Still she pushed the question. Half annoyed at her tone and determination of getting an answer she wanted, dumbness came into affect. A shrug of my shoulders and a return to dozing came about.
As we were leaving the beach to walk along the perimeter, a trio of familiar sights became evident. Sebastian, Nicholas and Javier were here! A ...