Travel Blogs from Uruguay

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Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by giovanna

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The capital, a really non descriptive place really, we spent three nights here and I can~t really think of anything to say about it, we knew it had beaches but for the life of us we couldn~t find them until the last day, the plaza was nice but so many ...

Sacramento... not of California, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Sacramento... not of California

A travel blog entry by euniceandbyoung

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its kinda like having to go to a certain restaurant and eating the local special because that was what was recommended and that was what the place is know for... when there is a UNESCO World Heritage site nearby, it is a MUST for all travelers. so, we ...

Confusion in Colonia del Sacramento, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Confusion in Colonia del Sacramento

A travel blog entry by nickjackets

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... Uruguay and the beginning my month long visit to Argentina.   Colonia is very safe,it has the lowest unemployment rate in Uruguay at 3% compared to the 6% national average (about the same as the UK) and the average Uruguayan eats 75kg of beef per ...

Montivideo, Uruguay, Montivideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montivideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by lance_fan

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Just photos ...

New Year's Eve, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by jessi330

... in the New Year'.  Nick and I took to the streets and watched it all. Beautiful lights all provided by ordinary citizens of Uruguay. We walked leisurely all the way to the club W Lounge in Parque Rodo next to the Rambla (esplanade) and Requena. We ...

Fun in Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Fun in Montevideo

A travel blog entry by emily26

... the show. One of the partners paid for all of our dinner very kindly. It was really delicious. I had a typical dish from Uruguay called 'chivito.' It's basically a huge sandwich with steak, fried egg, cheese, and salad. It was delicious. We were all ...

Living and Working on a Real Uruguayan Estancia, Tacuarembo, Uruguay travel blog

Living and Working on a Real Uruguayan Estancia

A travel blog entry by the5wynns

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... stayed longer but now we are headed to Brazil. Uruguay is pretty cold so I am excited to be in warm weather. Eli: Uruguay We visited a ranch called Estancia Panagea during our two weeks in Uruguay. The weather has been rainy since October, so we ...

The High Seas, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

The High Seas

A travel blog entry by leahrob

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... the Puerto Iguazu bus station! Sunday was our journey to Punta del Diablo (a small fishing village on the north east coast of Uruguay). It began with a ferry ride across the bay between Buenos Aires and Colonia, Uruguay then a bus to Montevideo, Uruguay; ...

Chicletas????, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Chicletas????

A travel blog entry by pattyv

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Ok, so I decided to give Dave a little say in what was said on the blog....plus I have already written about Montevideo...So here is Dave´s side of the story... Montevideo, We have been hosted by two of the locals here in Montevideo the past week. ...

Belated entry from Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Belated entry from Uruguay

A travel blog entry by sheppard

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... to dredge up what O level qualifications I got and when, I've also been exploring Montevideo and other parts of Uruguay. Montevideo is where I'm staying for my time here, with everywhere else being within reasonable (and cheap) bus journey reach. ...

Homesick in Colonia, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Homesick in Colonia

A travel blog entry by amyleigh

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Just a quiet colonial town with cobblestone streets.  Gorgeous cobblestone streets and colonial archetecture, with cute art museums and tourists cruising around in dunebuggies, golf carts, scooters and bicycles.   Woke up this morning with ...

A day in Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

A day in Montevideo

A travel blog entry by kerry_andrew

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We were up early on Friday morning in order to catch a bus to Montevideo, a couple of hours east of Colonia. We arrived at midday and jumped into a taxi to take us to the hostel. Unfortunately this wasn't quite as easy as it sounds. We told the taxi ...

And We Fled To Uruguay, Colonia Del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

And We Fled To Uruguay

A travel blog entry by davidbowmaker

... that I'm about to complain that we haven't got under way yet when I realise we're half way there. First observation of Uruguay; it's very quiet. Exactly what we're looking for. We stay in another HI hostal and enjoy another high quality low price ...

Colonia del Sacramento, Colonia Del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Colonia del Sacramento

A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly

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I arrived in Uruguay on the colonia express ferry. After my 20 minute struggle dragging my huge backpack on its little trolley wheels through the cobbled streets I found my hostel. I went into the old town which is very quaint. There is a sleepy feel to ...

Punta del Diablo 02. - 04.11.2012, Punta del Diablo , Uruguay travel blog

Punta del Diablo 02. - 04.11.2012

A travel blog entry by adri.ana

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Punta del Diablo ist ein im Departamento Rocha gelegener Badeort im Südosten Uruguays. Er liegt 298 km von der Hauptstadt Montevideo entfernt an der Atlantikküste. Wenige Kilometer nordöstlich befindet sich die brasilianisch-uruguayische Grenze bei ...

Three beaches of Uruguay, Punta del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Three beaches of Uruguay

A travel blog entry by jennyroberts

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... of people...and still no Aussies! Mark and I picked up a bus bright and early in Chui and got officially stamped into Uruguay with ease. The bus conductor commented that Uruguay was empty now and when we arrived in Punta del Diablo his prediction was ...

Colonia del Sacremento, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Colonia del Sacremento

A travel blog entry by charlotte_piet

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Back on the tourist trail. I had been told by my friend Laura, who has recently returned from her epic honeymoon, that Colonia was pretty, but touristy and there wasn't a great deal to do. She was spot on. Happily we had chosen to spend our three ...

It takes two to tango!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

It takes two to tango!

A travel blog entry by ramblingrover

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... the this on the web as to how long it would take things to go back to 'normal' should the human species disappear. Uruguay What a fantastic country and an even more incredible set of people. They are so unbelievable relaxed a friendly over here. It's ...

Back in time at least 100 years, Carmelo, Uruguay travel blog

Back in time at least 100 years

A travel blog entry by denisita

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Beautiful Colonia del Sacramento, on the Rio de la Plata, avenues of palms escorting the road into the city, stately old buildings, clean open plazas. Old town of Carmelo, a history of smuggling, cobblestone streets, quiet. Nueva Palmira, huge port for ...

Life on the Street, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Life on the Street

A travel blog entry by amyleigh

... in the city I was already in, I figured I´de just get myself that much closer to my final destination in Eastern Uruguay. Found a very nice hostel in the Palermo neighborhood to stay at, just a couple minutes from the ocean.  This afternoon I ...

county #5 !!!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

county #5 !!!

A travel blog entry by lasondra

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... from BA to Colonia that only takes about 1 hour.  It´s a people only ferry, not for cars.  The ferry to Uruguay held 225 people - a decent size ship.  I don´t always understand the system here, but it was much cheaper for me to land ...

Jul 26, 2012, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Jul 26, 2012

A travel blog entry by adri.ana

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AIESEC Congress von ConoSur, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

AIESEC Congress von ConoSur

A travel blog entry by christine.w

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... sehr international (Guatemala, Brasilien, USA, Kolumbien, Panama) ein paar Praktis und Cono Sur sind ja auch schon 3 Länder (Chile, Argentinien und Uruguay). Haben den neuen MCP gewählt und naja AIESEC Sachen halt besprochen :) und wie immer viel ...

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 ...

Punta del Diablo, Punta del Diablo, Uruguay travel blog

Punta del Diablo

A travel blog entry by charlotte_piet

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Punta del Diablo is a beautiful, very wind swept fishing village four and a half hours to the east of Montvideo. We had been promised a brand new, fully functioning youth hostel in a remote village from where we wound travel slowly back west after three ...

Colonia, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Colonia

A travel blog entry by nikkichapman

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we caught a bus down the coast to visit colonia.. after an hour of tryng to find somewhere to put our backpacks for teh day - we headed to a bar for a few cervezas and after that they minded our bags while we went to explore!  Was an awesome ...

Time to defrost and relax, Punta del este, Uruguay travel blog

Time to defrost and relax

A travel blog entry by sandramcnicol

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Having such a relaxing time.  I am in a small town close to Punta del Este, it is really great as it is completely deserted (I think that it livens up at the weekend with people from BA) but it is just perfect.  Today I got up late and went to ...

Sunshine, Punta del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Sunshine

A travel blog entry by jonlizz

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... we had to do, was get rid of some cat food (whiskers biscuits) which we bought in Puerto Madryn, but didn't use all of it. In Uruguay we hadn't noticed many stray dogs or cats, but we had a wander round and found a few dogs. Anyway, we had a great few ...

Diego! He Came From Uruguay..., Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Diego! He Came From Uruguay...

A travel blog entry by phileden

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... history, including the two World Cup trophies from 1930 and 1950. The museum is conveniently situated inside the Estadio Centenario - Uruguay's national stadium and venue of the first ever World Cup Final in 1930. The entrance ticket (which was a replica ...

Day 204 - Buenos Aires to Colonia, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Day 204 - Buenos Aires to Colonia

A travel blog entry by al_fey

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... left. (I'd love to visit Paraguay for a couple of days but Katie is saying no chance, schedules schmedules...) Welcome to Colonia, Uruguay! It was a 10 minute walk with all our bags to the hotel and in those few minutes we realised that we'd made ...

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