Punta del Este, Uraguay
Primarily a resort town for those from Montivideo or Buenos Aires it lies on a narrow strip of land with beaches on both side of this long peninsula.
There is not much to do in terms of excursions but more just a walk around place. We walked down a busy boardwalk after we left the port busy with private boats and locals where the tender dropped us off. We walked a mile or more until we got to street #31 then crossed the two blocks over to the other side of the peninsula and walked to the hand for a picture. On the way back we stopped at a restaurant on the beach but they were still serving breakfast and we wanted lunch so off we went.
Practice with the Zodiacs for the next leg of the World Cruise when they head to the Antartic.
The Whisper from our tender
Sailing as we headed back to the ship.
Punta del Este lunch. Calamari, shrimps, clams, a breaded white fish, and bread. Thousand Island sauce.
This dog was sitting so nice outside a grocery store I had to take a picture.
Fish cleaning station with South American Sea Lions.
Fat lazy buggers.