Buen Camino

Address: Joaquin Requena 1518, Montevideo, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Joaquin Requena 1518, Montevideo, is near Pocitos, Parque Rodó, Auditorio del Sodre, and Museo Torres Garcia.
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Travel Blogs from Montevideo

Uruguay -Montevideo

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on May 30, 2014

... half a slice each. They had eaten a whole slice each and wandered the streets high as ever. We decided to visit the coffee shop the next day an experience this for ourselves. The same 2 guys took us there along with a few others from our hostel. The owner Jimmy greeted us at the front of the coffee shop with his stoned Labrador, passed out on the door mat of the entrance. Jimmy was a Canadian who moved to Uruguay to settle. He loved Aussies and aussie music, rattling off some ...

Montevideo, Colonia, Buenos Aires

A travel blog entry by ricnkate on Apr 28, 2014

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... to everything we wanted to do and had lots of small cafes on corners for a cheap lunch if the fresh fruit market wasn't enough for us. We have it down as a contender to come back to for 1-2 months towards the end of the trip but Argentina is an expensive country to live in and that will probably be the deciding factor of any decision we make! Our next hop was Salta in the North East as we've decided to do Mendoza on the way back to Santiago in November due to its close proximity to ...

Meat & Mate

A travel blog entry by peteindira on Mar 23, 2014

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Sundays in cities around here are a day of rest. That means that basically everything is shut down, stray dogs and tumbling newspapers roam, and the streets are quiet. However, Sundays are also a day where people get together in a few select spots. In Montevideo those spots ...


A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Jan 30, 2014

2 comments, 26 photos

... of a hand rising up from the sands. After a bit of jostling for position through all the tourists, I was able to set my stake on the thumb.

We packed an all weather pack to compensate for the unpredictable weather and walked around the peninsula. Just off the walkway Rach pointed out that the beach below was no longer a beach but a stockpile of ...

For something completely different - Uruguay

A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jan 27, 2014

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... of being owned intermittently by both Portugal and Spain. Today it is part of the independent country of Uruguay although the historic centre retains its Portuguese flavour. In arriving in the modern part of the city, a large abandoned bull ring acts as a roundabout to manage the flow of traffic.

The city was developed on a peninsula that protrudes into the Rio de Plata and was enclosed by a fortification wall, a large part of which was removed in ...