Sunday, 29 March 2015

Sea Food paradise

















One of my strict travel rules is not to eat fish or seafood unless its really fresh, and also to eat seafood and fish when at seaside cities, specially in the southern Atlantic or Pacific where the sea food tends to be bigger and tastier.






















It came to my knowledge that José Ignacio has one of the 10 best restaurants to eat seafood worldwide, according to T& L magazine. Ofcourse that comes with a price tag attached that exceeds my modest travel budget, and also my aversion to expensive restaurants.
So come lunch time I asked around and was referred to a discreet restaurant called "La Farola", in Jose Ignacio, BTW, the town is 10 by ten blocks , so you´ll find it.
















The place is owned and run by people born and raised "in Town", it began as a grocery store, with a cafe attached and became a full fledged restaurant.
I ordered the "Tallarines con mariscos" which is spaghetti with seafood, that is best had with white wine, but I had to condescend to my company and share a beer.





Saturday, 28 March 2015

The Lighthouse at Jose Ignacio


José ignacio is a very exclusive resort town located 20 minutes away from Punta del Este. If you are able to stay here it means you are pretty wealthy, or maybe you will just visit like myself.
Its lighthouse is more interesting than the one in Punta, cuz its located right smack on the beach, and besides that and the beach itself, there isn´t much else to see.
















nevertheless it has some very nice panoramas and a picturesque fishermen's cove. An ideal place to meditate and relax

Saturday, 21 March 2015

From the past - lima´s doors and windows






















Today I give you a selection of Doors and windows found in the very colonial city of Lima, Peru.
See the Pdf here

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

In Passing snapshot - Sunset at the Port
















Photographers are atracted to sunsets like mice to peanut butter, yeah maybe in france they like cheese...Anyway I would like to share a pic thet I took close to the montevideo port, with the help of "the photographers ephemeris" an app that helps you pinpoint the sunrises and sunsets exact vantage point. which comes very handy when you are around bays and peninsulas.