Recently I was contacted by some folks wanting copies of some of my old photos from a number of locations. Hopefully they end up liking some of them and using them. It did make me go back and re-edit some of my pictures from my RTW trip in 2009-10 though, which was good.
This little town was one of my favorites and if I was at a point in life where I could easily manage a few weeks without the internet (yes, you can make jokes, but I do actually need it for income now, in addition to my daily news, sports and Facebook addiction fixes), then this would likely be a place I could live for a bit.
Why no internet? No electricity.
Cabo Polonio doesn’t have any power lines running to it. In fact, it doesn’t have any roads running to it either, you need to get there via a shuttle truck that picks you up from the highway and takes you the few miles to town. Some places in town do have generators, so you can get cold drinks and refrigerated products.
But this is a beach location for when you are ready to unplug, even more so than this little town I found in Tobago. This is my previous, longer post on Cabo Polonio, with my previously edited photos… I think I’ve gotten better with these tools.