Travel Blogs from Cabo Polonio, Uruguay

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Hippies at the beach, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Hippies at the beach

A travel blog entry by svenhermans

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Wauw ! Wat een geweldige plaats ! Cabo Polonio stond eerst niet op mijn programma, maar werd mij terecht aangeraden door collega-reizigers. Het is een afgelegen dorpje aan de kust dat nog eens 10x rustiger is als Punta del Diablo. Je kan er niet met ...

A Magical Peninsula, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

A Magical Peninsula

A travel blog entry by justinzellinger

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... we were staying in, but also because we had a significant travel day ahead of us. Today we were heading to Cabo Polonio on the Southeastern coast of Uruguay. We have been very excited for this place, and had high expectations. Cabo Polonio is a very small ...

Cabo Polonio, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by kuniman

Just one day trip there and back. Amazing location, for me in some way comparable with Iguazu ...

Cabo Polonio, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by loiclaplatine

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Premier jour d'un nouveau mois, permier jour d'un nouveau moi... Cabo Polonio was my first real step in this travel. At first, I planned to stay 2 or 3 days... finally I stayed 10 days. This 60 inhabitants village is located in a national park, on the ...

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

From Uruguay with love...

A travel blog entry by traveling_mel

... enjoying 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 ...

Where the locals are crazier than the tourists!!!, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Where the locals are crazier than the tourists!!!

A travel blog entry by gracetbrown

... (I am really wanting to get these Spanish lessons by now!) A great sober night out and ended it early - midnight! The final day in Cabo Polonio consisted of blue skies, long walk on the beach and the 4wd trip back to the bus station.  A very sad day ...

sam, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

sam

A travel blog entry by ccchrissie

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... croissant, slab of cake and thimble full of OJ. Stocked up on Pringles and wine ready for heading off to the wilds of Cabo Polonio, where electricity is rare and heating, other than wood fire, non-existent. Had obviously rained a lot harder overnight out ...

Two Days One Night, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Two Days One Night

A travel blog entry by aly5ia

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Hippy Beach Town, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Hippy Beach Town

A travel blog entry by aly5ia

... we drew closer the waves were huge and sounded wonderful. We drove along the beach for some time until we made it to Cabo polonio a small town with wood huts for homes, well water and wind drawn electricity (sometimes). The population is 80 people. ...

Uruguay, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey

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... the coach, we took a ferry to Colonia, then a bus to Montevideo, from where we would take another coach to our destination, Cabo Polonio. Unfortunately, due to poor planning on our part, we had missed the coach and would need to wait until morning for the ...

The End of the World, By Choice, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

The End of the World, By Choice

A travel blog entry by texacalimatt

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... people recommended Cabo Polonio. Lots. Quite a few people listed it as the best part of their trips. Our interesting experiences in Cabo Polonio started a few steps off the giant truck. Adrian had researched a specific hostel he wanted to check out. As we ...

Entering Sandman. Alone., Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Entering Sandman. Alone.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels

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... my bus which would take me home, Montevideo home. Due to the fact that I have no funny or entertaining way to sum up this entry, I will end it  recommending Cabo Polonio to anyone who finds himself somehow in Little Argentina, AKA Uruguay. ...

Cabo Polonio, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by frediundmoritz

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In Cabo Polonio war dann noch weniger los! Kaum Vorstellbar, aber wahr. In diesem von der Welt abgeschiedenen Ort leben das ganze Jahr über ca. 50 Leute (im Sommer sind es mehr, die Saison beginnt aber erst ab Mitte Dezember). Es liegt in einem ...

urugwaj dzien 3, Piriapolis, Punta del Este, La Paloma, Cabo Polonio, Valizas, Uruguay travel blog

urugwaj dzien 3

A travel blog entry by losboss

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... juz mnie wypasiony do przystanku na routa 9, z ktorego ciezarowki przerobione na wielkie pick-upy zabieraja wszystkich chetnych do Cabo Polonio - najwiekszej w Urugwaju kolonii lwow morskich i fok, a jak sie okazalo na miejscu takze lokalnych i mniej ...

Round the world with Type 1 diabetes......, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Round the world with Type 1 diabetes......

A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve

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... bus ride in Argentina, in a salt hotel on the salt flats of Bolivia, in a tent in the Andes and a beach hut in Uruguay. The extra challenges, which I have described above, are part of living with Type 1 diabetes and normally I get on with them without ...

Get away, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Get away

A travel blog entry by andyandott

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... tourists and a lighthouse. It is very peaceful as you can imagine and also very windy but with a strong sun. The main draw of cabo polonio apart from the scenery (it is on a thin wedge of land with beaches to both sides) is the colony of sealions. ...

Feb 14, 2011, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Feb 14, 2011

A travel blog entry by americadelsur

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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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Our next stop was Cabo Polonio, a "primitive" beach town Lydia had read about. There is only a small dirt path leading in, not much electric or plumbing, and only 55 people stay year round though in high season there are thousands. People had been ...

Valizas, valizas, Uruguay travel blog

Valizas

A travel blog entry by gregdevaz

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... , il surplombe le village qui est sur la côte à 1,5km de là. Ce qui fait que du camping on distingue la grosse dune de cabo polonio (genre dune du pyla qui s'avance dans l'océan), et que l'on est en pleine nature entouré de vaches, chevaux et de ...

Surfs Up In The Sand, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Surfs Up In The Sand

A travel blog entry by gab123

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I had read about Cabo Polonio-a place of gigantic dunes you could sand surf and enjoy the beautiful beach . These gigantic dunes are well preservered by the Uruguayan government. The dunes are one of a kind and it takes special 4x4 trucks to make ...

Sea lions, disappointing food & bus complications, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Sea lions, disappointing food & bus complications

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos

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... perhaps comes from the fact that most of their tourism comes from other South American countries (88% of visitors to Cabo Polonia were from Uruguay or Argentina, 5% from Brazil, the rest 'other') but as English speakers we're used to slowing down and ...

Villaggio Fuori dal Mondo, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Villaggio Fuori dal Mondo

A travel blog entry by fraeno

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Cabo Polonio, sicuramente la tappa su cui nutrivo piú aspettative in Uruguay! É una comunitá hyppie fondata molti anni fa, la maggiorparte ancora vivono senza elettricitá ne acqua corrente e vivono di turismo.Noi per fortuna siamo arrivati fuori ...

Impromptu 2 weeks in Uruguay, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Impromptu 2 weeks in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve

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... the beach. Luckily, we got some great advice from the owners of El Galope and opted to travel to Cabo Polonio, which is probably the least visited beach in Uruguay. The beach is a protected national reserve and you can only get there by traveling for 30 ...

ROU El Este, Departamento de Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

ROU El Este

A travel blog entry by nievaroqet

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... cada vez menos "del Este" y más parecidas "a Punta"). Valizas y su hermano silvestre de arenas profundas e interminables: Cabo Polonio. El especial (ex) pueblo de pescadores, Punta del Diablo. Y perdida a medio camino entre los dos anteriores, Aguas ...

Marin County meets Uruguay, La Barra, Uruguay travel blog

Marin County meets Uruguay

A travel blog entry by urbanhobo

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... really want to pass any judgement until we tried more than a few. After a week, we have had several wines (only from Uruguay) that were exceedingly good not only in their character but also in value. Both white and red wines can be purchased for between ...

Dec 27, 2011, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Dec 27, 2011

A travel blog entry by yanceybrothers

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Freedom in Polonio, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Freedom in Polonio

A travel blog entry by hijo.de.oro

Other entry has the details, but this place was awesome, little nat'l park shack hamlet, no electricity and thousands of sea lions!!!!! ...

cabo polonio, cabo polonio, Uruguay travel blog

cabo polonio

A travel blog entry by ameritapanese

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and off to cabo polonio, home of the sea lions and ...

Heading North! Through the Heart of the Country, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Heading North! Through the Heart of the Country

A travel blog entry by texacalimatt

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... dunes through which we would be embarking in giant trucks with giant, monster sized tires. We were headed to a place called Cabo Polonio, which was recommended to us by tons of people. Cabo Polonio is a incredibly secluded outpost of bohemian proportions. ...

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