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We arrived in Punta Del Diablo and instantly though, YES!! The ramshackled surf/fishing town reminded us of Vang Veing in Loas but on the coast, with lots of little shacks, bars, restauarants, street vendors and performers and a great vibe with some spectacular views.
We checked into our first hostel that overlooked the main beach but due to the lack of facilities we moved to another hostel for the remaining 3 nights the next day. Our new place was right on ...
... the hammock. Then went to the beach for more fun swims in the waves with Martin and Mariana. I have just spent this evening chilling and have met some Aussie girls I met in Bariloche, they are staying in the hostel. I am going to go and say bye to Mariana and Martin now and have dinner with them. They leave tomorrow, and hopefully I will go cycling with the Aussie girls which would be good. I better go as its nearly 9 and we need to cook. I'll write again ...
... out disgusting I later discovered of the two types I chose the wrong one. I have learned my lesson. It was so bad I threw it out. Instead I had a roasted sweet potato and roasted to late with tinned sweet corn. Bit weird but filled the gap. Then got chatting with some Germans. I have met quite a few Germans on this trip. They were funny and we had some good chats about their trip. They were coming to the end. After a few beers I headed to bed. The next day ...
... and were settling down in the first office and watched big bang theory. Only 2.5 more hours till our bus comes. Hungry, tired and cold we`ve been sitting on thr floor.
I think the officers were cold them selves and thankfully lit a fire.
With 1.5 hours delay, our bus arrived. it was 1.30 am and we`ve only been waiting at the boarder for about 5 hours.
Happily I sat in my seat and instantly fell asleep (well, as good as you can sleep in a moving bus)
... Argentina, with all the cheek kissing, berets and decent coffee. They even wait and hold out a hand to help you down off the bus before finally getting your luggage.
The British influence is noticeable with street names, architecture, and the popularity of G & T’s, but as with most places in Latin America most streets are named after political and military heroes or dates of note. It was only recently that I twigged that Gral on street names was an abbreviation of ...