Fortin San Miguel

Route 19, Dieciocho de Julio , Chuy, Uruguay | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on Route 19, Dieciocho de Julio , Chuy.
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    Travel Blogs from Chuy

    Punta del Diablo

    A travel blog entry by lindb on Feb 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Tammy and Andy turn up just after 1.30pm, the sun is now out and we sit and catch up over a glass of vino before heading into town to get something to eat and a few more drinks. That evening we decide to do our own Asado, so buy some meat and coals and sit drinking, catching up and cooking on the BBQ until very late. The other hotel guests join in with the drinking and we have a good night. The next day we do feel a little ...

    The Border Town

    A travel blog entry by aly5ia on Mar 14, 2013

    We arrived mid afternoon to a small town with stores galore. Chuy is a boarder town with a street that separates Chuy Uruguay and chui brazil - no passport required to walk to and fro. We found our cute little hostel and after dropping off our luggage made our way to the immigration office of Uruguay - as we needed an exit stamp. After a 15min walk to a truck stop we were informed ...

    Karumbe

    A travel blog entry by winsherlocks on Mar 13, 2013

    25 photos

    It was a five hour bus ride up the coast from Montevideo to La Coronilla - it's actually only 30k on to the Brazilian border. We got off the bus in what is pretty much a one street town and followed our noses towards the beach where we found the Karumbe base.

    Karumbe is a research and conservation organisation which has been monitoring the coast in this area for around 13 years as it is a spot where juvenile green turtles cruise by to feed on algae after ...

    Chill-out Uruguay style

    A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Jan 18, 2013

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... as much as 180 US dollars for a bunk in a hostel dorm, shocking. But we heard good things about a small village of Punta del Diablo, very popular with young people, cheaper and its main charm- extremely hippie and bohemian.

    It took us a long time to form any impressions about Uruguay. Its just so completely different from any place we had ever been to, we could catch no reference point, no similarities ...

    Beach walk

    A travel blog entry by vogels-viajando on Apr 28, 2012

    ... Grande and soon we saw all the "capibaras" in the wetlands waiting to cross the street and throw motor bikers out of their way.
    We reached the Brazilian border at 4 pm. Usually emigration is a 5 to 10 minutes procedure, but not out of Brazil. The passports were stamped as usually but the "RECIFE" guy took our bike documents and gave them to some girls in the backoffice. They were handing them back and force, checking the computer and talking to ...