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Punta del Diablo...Un Paradiso

A travel blog entry by phartney

4
18

... Solome and Co. had other plans as they suprised me with a DELICIOUS chocolate cake!



This obviously made the fat kid inside me extremely happy. And although that very same fat kid wanted to eat the whole thing all by himself, the best part for me was sharing it with the whole family. And I mean the whole Cero Stress family! The people I was working closest with almost every single day, other than Bernardo ...

Devils and Widows...

A travel blog entry by smile-a-day

23

... it was as suited as possible for travelers and backpackers. This included great spacious bathroom, big lockers for backpacks, high ceilings, a ginormous kitchen with tons of cookware and dishes, a pool, a pool house with a pool table, and a three story lookout. Having constructed perhaps the best hostel in all of Punta del Diablo, they considered what they should charge. Instead of just picking something near the going rate for surrounding hostels, ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1

2
14

So here we are in the middle of nowhere in a Uruguayan village four days into our volunteering, and so far I am keeping up with the s.america blogs pretty well! We were surprised and i was just getting into a really good nap when the ferry from BA docked in Colonia, uruguay after just 1.5 hours (we thought it would be around 4!) and we were transferred to a coach for the remaining few hours to the capital, Montevideo. First impressions of Montevideo were grey grey and more grey. It ...

Can we move here!?!?

A travel blog entry by averyandkeith

... lenguado') and we tried some awesome little seaweed dough balls (that were great with hot sauce!).  Punta del Diablo also has AMAZING artists and artisans, so we found some treasures to bring back home with us.  The town was another place we never wanted to leave (and will DEFINITELY be back to!).  And in the meantime, Avery will just have to keep craving more of the gnocchi and bigoli at El Italiano's :) Here are some pics from our time in Punta del Diablo, ...

A whole lot of nothing

A travel blog entry by touristtom

1
5

La Pedrera was a chilled out surfer's town that was located about halfway between Punte del Esta and the Uruguayan/Brazilian border. If you didn’t surf, then there was pretty much nothing else to do here. Unfortunately, we were not aware of this when we booked 3 nights at our hostel! Luckily for us we were able to cancel one night and avoid going stir crazy from boredom. We did have a surfing ...

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