- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... room for the same price, so that was great. I loved my stuff to the new smaller room and then went to the beach with Mariana and Martin. We just chilled on the beach and swam in the lovely sea. It was quite wavy but not strong so it was really fun playing in the waves. I thought I should make a bit of an effort with the people in the hostel so I went. Ack and cooked dinner. I was eating and sat at a table with these lovely Brazilian girls. They ...
... I will. I'll keep my notes so that it is the best hostel ever. This hostel had about 4 lovely dogs who would sleep in the middle of the stair case. They have a good life. Anyway the next day I was meant to go to a place called cabo palonio for the day which is meant to be gorgeous with no electricity and really natural. I was going to go with Fernanda the Argentina girl. But when we woke up it was raining so we decided to stay sleeping instead. I had ...
... to unleash The Fury, when I went to check out only to be told it was sorted. This is of course the result we wanted but it left me with a lot of residual bad energy to contain.
We checked our big bags into the luggage hold at the depot and Ed and I jumped on a local bus to the next town over which he cycled to the last time he was in the area. Rach stayed in Del Este I think for some alone time and to vent in her own way. The bridge into La Barra has been designed in ...
... soft and smooth; it feels strange and fabulous. After our walk I craved ice cream, so we headed to get one even tho it had started poring rain. We got our ice cream and went back to the hostel to hide from the rain. I watched some tv episodes. I decide to take some alone time so I set out to checked shops for a hairbrush. I can now add hair brush on to the list of lost items. We had the dinner the hostel was putting on and it was ...
... the coast around the point, making an inland detour to check out the lighthouse and nearby church.
Near the point (punta) it was all lovely old villas but as went inland was all high rises – there were strips of golden sand, rockpools and again huge swathes of mussel shells, though not clear if the sea lions were responsible and if so , how?
Got a good look at them in the fisherman's port which ...