Zen Boutique Apart Hotel
Travel Blogs from La Paloma
... on and headed towards the dunes in the distance. With my newish powerful earphones I entered a solitary world of nothing but sand dunes, beautiful blue waters and myself. Singing out loud disconnected from society, skipping around and smiling as if I was just asked if I would like to set off on a round the world trip once more. Permitting the rays of sun to sink into my pale skin that hadn't seen sun for quit some time I was shirtless contemplating if I should ...
... our chance to skydive. We had to wait about three hours and, when we finally got our call, I noticed that Nick looked quite pale. As the tiny plane took off, with Nick and I bundled on to the laps of our pilots (I'm not kidding), I was more concerned about Nick's nerves than my own. I was even more worried when one of the pilots signalled to his watch (indicating we'd be jumping in about 2 minutes) and Nick launched in to a little speech about our time together and how ...
... away got to work ordering everyone about, telling us what needs done around the house, when we could go and capture, etc. it turned out his main concern was the big crack in the ground where the fridge was, and as soon as Snellers mentioned he plastered back home, Gus was digging out these ancient tools for him to get started. Crispin was given some other task to do with labelling stuff in the kitchen (Gus created work where no normal person would ever have seen there was ...
... deck we had the stunning Buenos Aires night view - and although we tried to make some beautiful pictures for you we did not succeed due to the ferrys movements.
The strond winds however forced us downstairs where you had seating rows, comparable to the plane's seats and where we could have a little nap before arriving in Colonia del Sacramento. Off the ferry, we got our luggage back and hopped into our bus to sleep another couple of hours (the sets ...
... of a large sealion colony which is pretty interesting to see them so close sunning themselves on the rocks. We walk to the south beach to find slightly more permanent structures (most the buildings on the north beach are more wooden shacks) but still not much sign of life. We haven’t seen any other tourists apart from the family from the US since we arrived but at least that means we have the beaches to ourselves.
Our afternoon is spent walking ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking