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Punta Del Este

Punta Del Este

Resting on lovely Uruguyan beaches before the big Portuguese-speaking country!

Giant Hand In Punta Del Este

Giant Hand In Punta Del Este

Punta Del Este

Punta Del Este

Behind The Scene...

Behind The Scene...

Walking On Wet Sand

Walking On Wet Sand

La Paloma

La Paloma

Little Kids Biking By The Beach

Little Kids Biking By The Beach

Veggies And Fruits

Veggies And Fruits

Veggies And Fruits

Veggies And Fruits

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9 Comments

  1. Salut Zhu,
    That looks so good…
    Though we have the favors of the sun this morning in Paris, we don’t have the shoreline.
    Enjoy your sunny days and I’m looking forward to seeing BRASIL next !

    Bises

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  3. @Linguist-in-Waiting – Yes — we couldn´t miss the Carnival!

    @kyh – It´s a great plce, for sure!

    @barbara – Sun, in Paris? Wow! 😆 I will post about the Carnival in a couple of days… we are still recovering! 🙂

    @zunnur – Thank you! I do enjoy sharing the travels.

    • Wesley Zdaniewski on

      Punta del Este is a hopeless place. I call it “ENVIRONMENTAL DISASTER”. There are blocks of concrete, literally, as you can see from the photos above. No trees, no parks, no green areas, just sand and concrete walls around. In the entire area I spotted perhaps 7 palm trees not higher than 3 m and some remnants of bushes. A big joke by those who has planned and built this place.

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