- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... square in Carmelo had a couple of options, one of which worked.
Turns out the hostel does not exist where stated and most
hotels near the river, about 10 blocks from the Plaza. Had to go to the ferry
terminal to get decent info and a map and then settled on a nearby hotel after
exhausting 3 other, 2 of which were unmanned – 700 pesos and not nice!
... There was a whole lot of nothing going on and we joined right in. We arrived just at the beginning of the off season so the town appeared to be run by canines rather than people. A lone grocery store was open for 6 hours a day. Coincidentally, our stomachs alerted us that we were famished from surfing right after the store closed for siesta. It was odd to find ourselves hungry in a town where you truly could not find something to eat at a ...
... many people on the starboard side, but because we were a pretty full ship, not everybody could get assigned a new (dry) room.
Wow! We slept through the whole thing! So glad we are on the port side, and not in a verandah or lanai room.
When we got to breakfast in the morning, the day started out a bit cloudy but the sun was coming through. It turned out to be another hot, sunny day. Windy too.
Punta Del Este was a tender port. This ...
... of a cliff overlooking the ocean. Our aim was to watch a spectacular sunset! So we hopped on a bus and headed 30minutes out of town. The bus dropped us off on a highway and I followed Tom down a street. After about 20minutes of walking in the heat I asked Tom if he knew where he was going and Tom replied ‘I’m not really sure’. Great just great, we were lost! I sat down in the shade and let Tom wander down another street and by some stroke ...
... made sure I got on the bus. A quick thank you and good-bye and I got on the bus. I got the last seat. We left 2 minutes early at 8:29 am.
The bus dropped us off at the Buquebus ferry station. I walked in and then I was quickly reminded about what I had been missing the last month. Hundreds and hundreds of people all lined up waiting to check-in. Herds and herds of people slowing moving forward, patiently, one at a time.