Travel Blogs from Rocha, Uruguay

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From Holidays to Honeymoon..., Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

From Holidays to Honeymoon...

A travel blog entry by traceyamy

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... was decorated with orange and green candles and napkins, filled with fabulous food, and lined with lovely folks from Argentina, Uruguay, and Brasil. After dinner there was dessert, delicious apple pie baked by our new friend Dave and helado con tarte ...

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 ...

Punta del Diablo, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Punta del Diablo

A travel blog entry by goneexploring

Hippie town reached by driving a long way. Juan and I had a seafood paella which was phenomenal and we had a walk around and saw most places getting ready for the season. We went foe a walk down the beach and back, packed our things and went to ...

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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Diablo, Rocha, Uruguay travel blog

Diablo

A travel blog entry by fredtheleg

The ...

Christmas on the beach in Uruguay, La Paloma, Uruguay , Uruguay travel blog

Christmas on the beach in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by rdevansville

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Sunday, December 20th we headed out of Argentina. We booked a hyrdofoil to cross over to Colonia, Uruguay. One thing we are learning here is to have lots of patience when  doing anything which involves crossing a border. The process to get our ...

Don't worry, be happy!, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

Don't worry, be happy!

A travel blog entry by americadelsur

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Ŕ seulement 7 kms de La Paloma, La Pedrera est une petite ville de surf du Departement de La Rocha en Uruguay! Super tranquile, avec un style Jamaician, c'est l'endoirt parfait pour relaxer et Surfer! Il y a 2 plages principales; El Desplayado et playa ...

Unexpected Suprises, La Pedrera, Uruguay travel blog

Unexpected Suprises

A travel blog entry by darrenkatie

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... in France and then stayed on and is now a professor of Latin American literature there.  He still frequently returns to Uruguay, spending a portion of the north american summers in Montevideo.  He escapes to La ...

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