Travel Blogs from Uruguay

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Journée touristique à Piriapolis, Piriapolis, Uruguay travel blog

Journée touristique à Piriapolis

A travel blog entry by bourlingueur

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Le village que l'on nous avait décrit comme un petit village de bord de mer de 7500 habitants s'est révélé être une grosse station balnéaire de 7500 habitants permanents et surement le triple voire plus l'été. Le camping est quasiment plein, en ...

Captial of Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Captial of Uruguay

A travel blog entry by claireandross

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Friday 28th September  - Monday 1st October Montevideo was a bit of a shock after peaceful Colonia!  A very busy city, with an obvious rich and poor divide.  We stayed in a central hostel in a beautiful colonial building, and we even ...

Hogar Nimmo, Colonia, Uruguay travel blog

Hogar Nimmo

A travel blog entry by danielaccg

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... the gas station Its about US$10 a night (kitchen, bathroom, bedroom. cable TV)best deal in town Call her at 24737 Colonia Uruguay Hello folks, A couple of weeks ago, we were in Colonia, Uruguay, for a week and change. We were able to spend all ...

Fly Pluna to Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Fly Pluna to Uruguay

A travel blog entry by peterandvivien

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We got to the airport at the Brazilian side of the falls in plenty of time only to find that our flight was delayed by two hours due to a problem with air traffic control at Montevideo. We took off at 4.30 and had tremendous views of Montevideo as we ...

Eaten alive!, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Eaten alive!

A travel blog entry by kateharland

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We woke up this morning, our first full day of Uruguay to cloudy skies and the sound of rain. The temperature had dropped significantly so our plan to escape to the campsite flew out of the window along with the sunshine! We really did want to camp ...

Goodbye Punta, Hello Montevideo!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Goodbye Punta, Hello Montevideo!

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... been stressful trying to get our backpack bag we had still had a great time here :) The 2 hour bus ride was comfortable enough, buses in Uruguay have free wi-fi which as a backpacker is a god send! I dozed most of the way as we were still sleepy from the ...

A quiet town... I mean, city, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

A quiet town... I mean, city

A travel blog entry by loganandkatie

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         Montevideo is prety great.  It´s hard for me to make a judgement on Uruguayans, but if Montevideo is any indication they sure are relaxed, nice, and generally good people.  I got a chance to ...

Beach Shacks and Sealions in Cabo Polonio, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Beach Shacks and Sealions in Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by gypsylifestyle

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We took a 2 hour bus ride to the tiny beach/fishing village of Cabo Polonio. The bus dropped us off on the roadside where 4 wheel drive trucks were waiting to take us on the 5 mile trek across the sand dunes into the actual town. The town is on a ...

Montevideo, Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo, Uruguay

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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English translation is below CZ: V Montevideu, hlavním městě Uruguay s 1,5 miliónem obyvatel, jsme poprvé využili couchsurfingu. Couchsurfing je komunita lidí na internetu, kde si lidé navzájem pomáhají ...

Boat to Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Boat to Uruguay

A travel blog entry by rush

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Montevideo is extremely chilled out, has a distinct lack of gringos which makes a change and I only took one photo in the few days I was ...

One Day is Never Enough, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

One Day is Never Enough

A travel blog entry by cccd

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During our time in BA we decided to undertake a solitary day trip to Uraguay. We had hoped that after an hour boat ride in the early hours of the morning we would have a long day to enjoy the sites and sounds of the nice cobble stoned town of Colonia. ...

Day 87 - Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Day 87 - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by oldhamguy

Day 87 Sunday 29th March - Uruguay   Woke up at about 9am and went down to the restaurant for breakfast.  It was your typical continental breakfast so, bread rolls, ham, cheese, fruit, yoghurt etc (help yourself stylee, so I did). 4000 ...

Could be in Greece, Piriapolis, Uruguay travel blog

Could be in Greece

A travel blog entry by peterandvivien

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... . Slightly anxious, we set off for the highly regarded Reserva de Fauna Autoctona,which promised to showcase the indigenous animals of Uruguay in natural surroundings. The setting at the foot of the Pan de Azucar (sugarloaf) hill was beautiful and the ...

Joy and happinness, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Joy and happinness

A travel blog entry by tjanus

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... at 9 while the other two went to repair the bike. We finished around 12 am and had a great time and learned some new things about Uruguay, carnival and food. Tomorrow we need to wake up very early, so I better take a shower and go to bed. I think I stink ...

A Photographer's Dream, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

A Photographer's Dream

A travel blog entry by ingviaje

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Hello Hello! I took this trip to a small port town in Uruguay with our program a few weeks ago... just now getting time to update.  Sorry! We took a ferry across the Rio Plata (not really a river, but rather a very wide estuary).  The ferry ...

URUGUAY!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

URUGUAY!

A travel blog entry by vamos_pa_ya

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Location: Montevideo, Uruguay Km: 10,043 Day: 49 Margarita's Hair Length: 3 cm Article is in an embryonic state. El articulo esta en un estado embrionario.   ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by jcbeep

Cheap ...

Hippy Beach, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay travel blog

Hippy Beach

A travel blog entry by peskymonkey

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Another place we had been told to definately visit in Uruguay was Cabo Polonio... this was a small beach restort that was full of hippies and sealions but had no electricity and running water... We took a short bus journey (1 hour) south of Punta Del ...

Adelante!  Moving on to delightful Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Adelante! Moving on to delightful Uruguay

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

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... over. Next stop is a tiny beach town where we are hoping there will be nothing to do.  Viva Uruguay! To view all the photos in this album please choose ¨view all photos¨ above or click on any photo ...

A day in mini Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

A day in mini Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by benyclaire

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... a combination of information, a ferry office and a left luggage depot!! Originally, we were thinking of catching the ferry to Uruguay. However, the times of the overnight buses were more convenient, so we dumped our heavy bags at the terminal and headed ...

changes, montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

changes

A travel blog entry by senorbrian

... be back to this area of the world. I love latin america But after having traveled every country from mexico down to uruguay except for venuzuala in the past year its all feeling pretty much the same thanks to globalization and the adventure and mystery ...

How much????, Punta del Este, Uruguay travel blog

How much????

A travel blog entry by worping09

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We arrived  in Punta del Este with the mindset of just relaxing for a couple of days as the month of travelling was begining to take its toll on us,and in fairness there was no better place to kick back than here. Punta is a city located right at ...

Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Montevideo

A travel blog entry by steve.brine

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Just a couple of nights in Uruguay. It's a quiet city with not a lot of amazing sights. I could find a lot of places to go out at night because it was a Tuesday. The food however was amazing. I spent the two days walking a lot of km in the ...

Country number 20!, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Country number 20!

A travel blog entry by tommy_sar

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From Buenos Aires you can take a ferry across the Rio de la Plata to the town of Colonia Del Sacramento in Uruguay. So we thought, why not? It´s a very old town, originally built by the Portuguese in 1680 so that they could keep an eye on the Spanish ...

57. Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

57. Montevideo

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

We had decided to visit Uruguay relatively recently and had planned on spending a few weeks travelling through the country towards the south of Brazil. We visited a museum dedicated to the Uruguayan plane crash in the 70s, carrying a rugby team. It ...

Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Uruguay

A travel blog entry by thee25

Some photos to share. ...

Hand of need, or aid?, Punta Del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Hand of need, or aid?

A travel blog entry by dappledlight

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after new years we decided to see what all the hype was about and check out the resort town punta del este. it was a mediocre place...pretty beaches and interesting streets. the famous "hand of uruguay" made the trip worth ...

Mate, lots of it!, Montevideo, Uruguay travel blog

Mate, lots of it!

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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... water, and have a special metal straw with a built-in strainer at the bottom, to drink it while hot. Well, here in Uruguay, this is all present in the streets. And with all-present I do mean all-present. Almost EVERYBODY is carrying a thermos and ...

Goodbye Uruguay!, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay travel blog

Goodbye Uruguay!

A travel blog entry by marie-line

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It was short, but good! You're the small country nobody really knows where you are. Only 3 million inhabitants, and still you succeeded to play that well in the last workd cup! Remarkable! (compared to Brazil being able to pick it's 11 top-players out of ...

Homer was right..., Punta del Este, Uruguay travel blog

Homer was right...

A travel blog entry by jac_rob

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... ; Maybe they have zero tolerance for non-Spanish speaking people, or maybe they are just assholes, but unfortunately these individuals earnt Uruguay the 'Rudest Country' award for 'The Trip' (nice one, dickheads). Uruguay is also in the lead in the 'Worst ...

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