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Travel Blogs from Punta del Este
... sandwich and milkshake (oh and the tip of course!)
From Punta Del Diablo there are 5-6 bus departures to San Carlos on at least two companies. We took the 11am bus with Cynsa, it takes about 2 hours or so). From San Carlos you can catch the local bus to Punta Del Este which takes around a further 40 minutes.
Cost: 225 peso pp from Punta Del Diablo to San Carlos. 36 pesos pp from San Carlos to Punta del ...
... the wind along the surf.
The video accompanying this blog is not our best footage. As you can imagine, galloping on a horse with a GoPro strapped to your head doesn't produce the most stable of camera footage. We're posting it for the following 3 reasons:
1. We would like to remember, later on in life, the prime of our lives when we're sitting in a nursing home losing our cognitive abilities.
2. "Corre!" by Jesse and Joy is ...
... 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.
... by Boat the paved road would end , so turned around after 50 km , and headed back into an strong headwind , met a group of Cyclist and we shared lead which made it a lot easier ,Drafting and relaxing until it was my turn again up front.
We made the 50 km despite the strong winds in about 2 hours.
Punta Del Este is very upscale and condos on the Beach are selling for more than USD 1 Mio.You can see Porsches and Range Rovers on the Road most of em with Argentinean Licence ...
... go to sleep at 10pm (which is like going to bed at 6pm here). The next day I was feeling pretty much back to normal and excited to eat because they have chicken lunch meat in Uruguay! Wooohooo no ham!
Niki and I paid $50, which is an exorbitant amount of money, to swim with sea lions and seals. We took a freezing boat ride for what felt like 6 hours to the second largest community of sea lions in the world. Now I am not ...