Travel Blogs from Rocha, Uruguay

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King for a day, ...or for a week actually., Punta del Este and La Barra, Uruguay travel blog

King for a day, ...or for a week actually.

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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I'm flying from Buenos Aires and back to Europe in two days, and my last week down here in Latin America I have spent in Punta del Este with a very good friend. We happened to get a very good deal at an ultra fancy (backpacker) spa and casino resort, so ...

Farewelling Pablo and a New Travel Partner..., Punte del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Farewelling Pablo and a New Travel Partner...

A travel blog entry by catters

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Punta del diablo, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Punta del diablo

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly

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Karumbe, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Karumbe

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly

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Karumbé - Turtle-y awesome volunteering., Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Karumbé - Turtle-y awesome volunteering.

A travel blog entry by ricnkate

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... both had such an amazing time here! The Karumbé field station is based in La Coronilla, a small coastal town in the Rocha region of Uruguay near the border with Brazil, between Punta del Diablo and Chuy. We stayed here for two weeks and fell in love ...

La Pedrera- fiesta de carneval, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

La Pedrera- fiesta de carneval

A travel blog entry by lauralauren

so we arrived off our bus onto a sandy street in La Pedrera with little to no plans.   lauren had heard great things about this town from an australian at the hostel in montevideo so we figured we should check it out.  with all our ...

Uruguay´s Coast, Punta de Este, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay´s Coast

A travel blog entry by delfuegoproject

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We read that this is South America´s number two playground spot behind Rio. Being there in the off season requires us to use a little imagination, but there is no doubt that this is a resort town with a lot of ...

Veranito, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Veranito

A travel blog entry by marce

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In town waiting for bus, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

In town waiting for bus

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly

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Cabo Polonio, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly

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El Charabon, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

El Charabon

A travel blog entry by johnmyers2

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... ' and indeed there were two rheas (nandu) on the grounds. The estancia is located some 220 km from Montevideo in the province of Rocha which is northeast of the capital, and not far from the coast. The estancia sits on the highest point in the region and ...

Just this side of the pretty resort, please., Maldonado, Uruguay travel blog

Just this side of the pretty resort, please.

A travel blog entry by tabonyhl

Maldonado, the older and cheaper sister city from glitzy Punta del Este, was where we planned to spend the night.  We could save a lot of money by walking to Punta during the day, and it was a pretty walk along the beach.  Magdalena dropped off ...

Pretty, pretty!, Periapolis, Uruguay travel blog

Pretty, pretty!

A travel blog entry by womblepeter

A Hotel to Forget. (Remembered with Advantages).   I"ve slept in some odd places, on stations, in parks, in posh hotels, poor hotels, in doorways and even in police cells; the night in Carmelo was different indeed.   Entering the hotel ...

After 10 days, Oh so casual in Uruguay, Periapolis, Uruguay travel blog

After 10 days, Oh so casual in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by womblepeter

They say the Spanish always put things off until "manyana" but here in Uruguay that is not the case. Here they do things when they feel like it, maybe now ,maybe later, may even be "manyana" or perhaps they won"t bother to do it at all. These people are ...

The Ranch, Uruguay, Uruguay travel blog

The Ranch

A travel blog entry by mikeandgem

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... 's actually the 12th and we´re in Argentina, not Uruguay - but I´ll let you know about that in another entry. Anyway, back in Uruguay ... we arrived at the ranch via bus and were then picked up by Juan, the owner of the ranch, in a minibus. The ranch ...

Lifestyles of the rich, famous, and ordinary, Punte del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Lifestyles of the rich, famous, and ordinary

A travel blog entry by stevecori

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Not being part of the jet set by any means, we thought it best to make a day trip of our next destination: Punte del Este. Punte del Este is the largest and most famous resort area on the Uruguayian Riveria and is a favorite destination for glamorous ...

Periapolis beach, Periapolis, Uruguay travel blog

Periapolis beach

A travel blog entry by womblepeter

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... This is an individual scene, similar to many others but it is certainly different from anything else I have ever seen.--- Uruguay, I like you!            ...

Cold and windy Beaches :(, Peuta Del Este and Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Cold and windy Beaches :(

A travel blog entry by livingthedream

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... restaurant and some Uruguayan wine. Needless to say i woke up with a nasty hang over this morning and boarded a bus to a town called Rocha a further hour and a half north. Stopped here for the day and will do a day tour of a beach 45 minutes east ...

La Pedrera, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

La Pedrera

A travel blog entry by frediundmoritz

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... 'rchen geführt, sie Italienerin und er Argentinier. Sie leben das halbe Jahr über in Italien und das andere halbe Jahr in Uruguay. Was für ein Leben! ;) Zuerst haben wir überlegt, nach einer Nach wieder abzureisen, weil echt nichts los war in dem Ort! ...

Am Strand mit Sonne und Wind, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

Am Strand mit Sonne und Wind

A travel blog entry by moeller

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25.02. Nach einer eher kurzen Nacht bin ich tapfer um 8 Uhr 15 wieder aufgestanden und habe mich nach dem Fruehstueck guten Mutes aufgemacht zum Busterminal. Ziel war eigentlich ´Punta del Diablo´, allerdings habe ich am Terminal feststellen muessen, ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1

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... blogs pretty well! We were surprised and i was just getting into a really good nap when the ferry from BA docked in Colonia, uruguay after just 1.5 hours (we thought it would be around 4!) and we were transferred to a coach for the remaining few hours to ...

Sleepsville, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

Sleepsville

A travel blog entry by skill77

... Christmas until March but given it is mid December, you would think things would be starting to ramp up....but oh no, not in Uruguay, two weeks to go and it looks like they are still building half the town. Crazy. Anyway....still starving, we comb ...

From Uruguay with love..., Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

From Uruguay with love...

A travel blog entry by traveling_mel

... the city of Montivideo, it was too eerie empty and a little bit threatening, we headed to the wonderful, friendly town of Cabo Polonio. Uruguay is not a cheap country, hostels are $10-18 a night and buses around $20. We hopped on a bus to Cabo from ...

The final leg - Uruguay, Buenos Aires & Home!, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

The final leg - Uruguay, Buenos Aires & Home!

A travel blog entry by hughandjen

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... being in a vast city we were craving some countryside. With that in mind we decided to book a trip to the coast of Uruguay, specifically a small town called Punta del Diablo. This journey involved a ferry crossing and then an 8 hour bus journey. We were ...

Punta del Diablo @ El Diablo Tranquilo, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Punta del Diablo @ El Diablo Tranquilo

A travel blog entry by spikidle

Overview: Punta Del Diablo is a small town that over summer more than 30,000 people descend on. Lucky for us it is not summer and while it was too cold to go swimming, well for us, we found it a more than pleasant place to relax. Our stay: I can not say ...

Why see the world when you've got the beach?, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Why see the world when you've got the beach?

A travel blog entry by beebcity

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... friends that were staying over. His friends were a couple and their two little girls from Montevideo. The woman had started Uruguay's first free magazine detailing upcoming events when she was younger than we are now. The magazine made its profits mostly ...

Not sure we can handle many more clouds!, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

Not sure we can handle many more clouds!

A travel blog entry by teamroman

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... Uruguayans had told us that the real ocean experience is not in the Maldonado province where Punta is but farther east/north in the Rocha province.  We cruised through La Paloma, which on a gray day, seemed pretty drab and beat up. But then we got ...

A whole lot of nothing, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

A whole lot of nothing

A travel blog entry by touristtom

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... of insect repellant, so needless to say I didn’t come close to finishing it! To finish off, we spent the nights sacrificing our bodies to the dozens of mosquitoes that had made it into our dorm room. I don’t think Uruguay has Malaria? ...

ROU El Este, Departamento de Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

ROU El Este

A travel blog entry by nievaroqet

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Le llaman "el Este" y si uno imagina "Punta del Este" estará equivocado. Está más allá, por eso es "el Este", zona de playas perdidas, de sensaciones salvajes y playas aún no domesticadas en demasia por la mano humana que las ...

Feb 20, 2011, La Perdera, Uruguay travel blog

Feb 20, 2011

A travel blog entry by supergringa

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