Hostal El Estrecho Paradiso

Address: Paralela a Ruta 10, Rocha, Uruguay | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Paralela a Ruta 10, 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

... right in the middle of tall plants, only the live music was an indication of the location of it. Jamming happens constantly and everywhere in Cabo Polonio, it was absolutely beautiful to see people without TV, facebook etc. People meeting people. Everywhere little circles, around candles or fires, where drumming, playing the guitar and singing was prevalent. How refreshing!

Not once did we know what time it was, Cabo Polonio does not need ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... barked like a dog at regular intervals but they seemed like nice enough people. The project coordinator was called Alan, he was in charge as the boss who I had been communicating with previously was doing business in Montevideo. Alan was Argentinian, and seemed pretty laid back right from the offset. He cooked us all homemade pizza which was incredible, and we all sat up talking (or everyone else talked in Spanish and we stared around smiling) for a few hours before we went to bed. ...

A day out with the hippies

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy on Feb 15, 2012

4 comments, 20 photos

... as snacks are starting to get heavier and heavier. Eventually Katya was like but if only we had a tent for shelter, then we could stop...oh wait, I know she says, I have watched Bear Grylls we can make a times national geographic tripod dredged into the sand and two sarongs out from either side attached to birkenstocks for weight!!!!! And this actually if you ever need shelter in the boiling heat, make sure to carry around a national geographic ...


A travel blog entry by skill77 on Dec 09, 2011

... would be starting to ramp up....but oh no, not in Uruguay, two weeks to go and it looks like they are still building half the town. Crazy. Anyway....still starving, we comb the town for something to eat...nada! Nowhere open, no chance of a bit to eat until 8:30 or 9. And so it was......a large packet of sharing crisps and a litre of beer and to the beach we went, hiding in the rocks from the local ...

Uruguay - Sorry we're closed

A travel blog entry by andyryder on May 20, 2011

18 photos

... Now, I'm no economist, but surely thats no good for a nations economy. Eventually we came to Cabo Polonio which is an amazing place. Only authorised vehicles are allowed on the peninsula so we had to leave our car and get on a 4WD lorry. 20 minutes later, we arrived battered and bruised at one of the most amazing places I've seen. The houses on South Beach side are brilliant white, like Greece, and the shacks on Skull Beach ...