Hostel Ibirapita

Av. Paloma S N, La Paloma, 27001, Uruguay | Hostel
Prices starting from $21.00

Travel Blogs from La Paloma

To the beach i say!

A travel blog entry by fricke


At long last we arrived at an honest to goodness beach. All the beaches on this trip so far have been accomnpanied by glacial lakes, not all that appealing for swimming. We got into town rather late so we just cruised town and walked the beach. We found a beaytiful lighthouse and went to go check it out. We talked to the navy guys inside and for a …

Sleepy little beach town

A travel blog entry by carlyabroad


we had got up early in Montevideo to catch the first bus to Punta del Diablo but there was only 1 seat left when we got there so we improvised and took a bus to La Paloma. We had read it was a surf spot with a beautiful coast line. The reality of off season was very prevalent here- it was not quiet, it was dead!
our hostel seemed well …

Olé Olimpia

A travel blog entry by garethandlisa

... to say the locals were somewhat excited as their local team Olimpia were playing the Brazilian Atletico Mineiro. There were flags, banners and shirts everywhere along the streets. Without any further drama, we entered the airport terminal and battled about 3 people at the check in desk. It was probably the quietest airport we've ever visited with only 6 flights due to depart all day from 4 gates! It was soon apparent why only 6 flights could leave in a day, the security ...

Week 6 - time is flying in Uruguay

A travel blog entry by katie.nellie


... which is frequented by visiting cruise ships. In the early afternoons Colonia's quiet avenues swell with the newly wed and almost dead. It's really funny, and luckily, very avoidable. The next day Katie and I mad our way to Argentina, but instead of the local ferry, we took a bus to small town of Carmelo where instead of taking a river ferry to Buenos Aires, we took a small boat through the delta. What a difference! No open water but delta banks teaming ...

Ready for BsAs

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster

... see of their city. Montevideo is a beautiful old city with lovely architecture and lots of different areas and neighborhoods, some less safe than others, but that’s the city. In the old area where the port is, there’s a huge old building that used to be a meat market. It’s now a group of fantastically meaty restaurants that bbq their meats on huge fires and ovens right there in the market. You can sit outside or in the market building if you can ...


This hostel, located on Av. Paloma S N, La Paloma, is near Teatro Solis, Palacio Legislativo, El Prado, and Palacio Taranco.
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