El Charabon

Address: Paraje el Arbolito, Rocha, 11300, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Paraje el Arbolito, Rocha.
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  • Restaurant
  • Swimming pool


  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Free parking


  • Suites


  • Room service

TripAdvisor Reviews El Charabon Rocha

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Travel Blogs from Rocha

Storms, buckets and dunes

A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Jan 23, 2013

25 photos

... no plan to go there at all, but everyone we met on the way kept recommending us there, it was a chant impossible to ignore. So it was that suddenly we were in a tiny hut with six Argentinians we had met in Punta del Diablo, in candle-light. The shower was a bucket hung down from the bathroom ceiling, which had to be filled with the water from the well outside, if the water from the tank ran out (which happened right in the middle of Hille´s shower of ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... greeted by two big dogs running at us barking which was pretty terrifying, but they were soon called into the house and a guy came and let us in. Where we are staying is pretty much a large wooden shed. There is a kitchen dining area, makeshift lounge with sofas made of bed frames and old bits of sponge, then a few dorm style "rooms" if you can call them that, with three or four beds in each. We were shown into a room with a double top bunk, dumped our bags and went back into the ...

A day out with the hippies

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy on Feb 15, 2012

4 comments, 20 photos

... tall person I am I had to cross the river with my bag on my head like a sack of mielies, in order to keep my sleeping bag and pillow dry! The water took Katya up to her knees, my 6 foot blonde russian mail order bride!!!

We then ran up the dune which was probably the highest mountain in Uruguay, as Katya said that we would have the most amazing view from the top of Cavo Polonio...the view was gorgeous...but it was of more dunes and farmland. So we made the ...

A whole lot of nothing

A travel blog entry by touristtom on Jan 31, 2012

1 comment, 5 photos

... amongst the locals)… This was the nastiest alcoholic beverage that I have tried. The two ingredients combined tasted like you had just swallowed a mouthful 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? ...

Uruguay - Sorry we're closed

A travel blog entry by andyryder on May 20, 2011

18 photos

... us one out. I have often checked into a place that gives you a remote control, but never anywhere that gives you a TV set! Makes you wonder how many tellies she had back there.We had made another ricket with the currency situation. We hadn't got enough cash for the week, if we could find somewhere we wanted to stay we were going to need cash. Tried the cash-points, no luck there, so we ended up in a city on the Uruguayan/Brazilian ...