Cabo Polonio Hostel

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Cabo Polonio 02. - 04.12.2012

A travel blog entry by adri.ana

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Nach 3 super anstrengenden Tag mit 50 Kindern in der wunderschönen Laguna Negra haben wir in Cabo Polonio die Ruhe und Gelassenheit dieses wunderbaren Ortes auf uns wirken lassen.



Eine Bewohnerin erklärte, der Ort Cabo Polonio sei in 2 Zonen geteilt. Die staatliche und private Seite. Auf der staatlichen Seite befinden sich alle …

Why see the world when you've got the beach?

A travel blog entry by beebcity

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Our next stop was Cabo Polonio, a "primitive" beach town Lydia had read about. There is only a small dirt path leading in, not much electric or plumbing, and only 55 people stay year round though in high season there are thousands. People had been building little shack houses out here on the beach next to the sand dunes out of scraps of whatever …

Am Strand mit Sonne, Wind und Regen

A travel blog entry by moeller

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27.02.

Nachdem mir viele Leute empfohlen hatten, das kleine Doerchen ´Cabo Polonio´ an der uruguayanischen Kueste, etwas noerdlich von La Pedrera, zu besuchen und es im Lonely Planet-Reisefuhrer als besonderer Tipp fuer billige Strandferien drinstand, habe ich dorthin einen kleinen Abstecher gemacht. Die Anfahrt war schon mal recht …

Family in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by paulandlola

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Well, after the heat and hustle of Buenos Aires, we caught the Buquebus ferry across the Rio de la Plata to visit our family in Uruguay. It was fantastic to see Uncle Phil & Auntie Beatriz waiting for us at the ferry terminal in Montevideo as Lola smuggled 2kg of Spanish Lomo ham though customs in her bag, despite the warning signs in English …

Remote town with no water or power

A travel blog entry by mattyjordan

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So in the last few days we had done quite a bit of damage to our little rental car so i started the day off by trying to bang out the huge dents in the rims. No dice after 30 minutes so i gave up and tried to gather the gang. We drove for about 40 minutes till we got to cabo polonio. They charge 170 pesos to park in the car park but I figured it was a way better idea than leaving our already damaged rental on the side of the road with all our stuff in it. We ...

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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCabo Polonio Hostel

    Reviewed by moeller

    super expensiv, no service

    Reviewed Feb 27, 2012
    by (1 review) Schaffhausen & Zürich , Switzerland Flag of Switzerland

    hostel costed more than any other hostel I stayed so far and had less service than usual - breakfast was also late (should have been from 8, I didn´t get anything until 9:30 when I left for the bus).

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cabo Polonio Hostel

    3.00 of 5 stars Good

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