Hotel Oceano Pacifico

la coronilla, Rocha, Uruguay | Hotel
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Location

This hotel is located on la coronilla, Rocha.
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Travel Blogs from Rocha

Karumbe

A travel blog entry by winsherlocks on Mar 13, 2013

25 photos

... was a real lesson in all the different delicious things you can make, in large quantities, from the same things - potatoes, mince, rice, beans, lentils, carrots, eggplant, zucchini, polenta and tomatos. Jodi and Alex also became the resident tortas fritas (like flat donuts?) makers with the help of Ivan (one of the Karumbe locals) so we have high expectations for when we get back.

After dinner each night Danny would put up the board and explain what we'd ...

Punta del Diablo...Un Paradiso

A travel blog entry by phartney on Mar 04, 2013

4 comments, 18 photos

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Here is a picture of the center of town. As you can see, it's very basic. A supermarket on the left, a couple restaurants, a bus-line travel agent, and some residential properties surrounding. As we turn 180 degrees toward the ocean, you have a view of a couple more places to eat, including my favorite restaurant, Cero Stress!



My first day in Punta, I headed there for a relaxing lunch on the water. ...

Decemeber to Remember

A travel blog entry by whereiswagner on Dec 24, 2012

5 photos

... arrived. We ate like kings, walked all throughout the city, joked and laughed at the city's contradictions, enjoyed the sweets, and danced until the sun came up. I was happy that I was able to share the "Argentine Experience" with someone I knew from home. It was especially nice for me, because I was able to feel like I was finally vacationing in Buenos Aires. Also, it was the first time I had vacationed with my brother since I was ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

2 comments, 14 photos

... where there were a few people milling around drinking some strange local spirit. On closer inspection of our room it became clear that we were pretty much living outside, with wooden walls with gaps in and underneath, where sand from the beach was coming in, and a corrugated iron roof which would most definitely leak in a rain shower. The whole house was more of the same, sort of cobbled together from any random materials, by lots of different volunteers at different times so everyone ...

Saving turtles...or eating carbs!

A travel blog entry by katherinelevy on Feb 10, 2012

9 comments, 44 photos

... 3..."captura"...so off we go down the beach towards cerro verde (green hill) which is a protected area to capture and tag turtles. So we put out a drift net...and we managed to bring in 6 little green turtles. After catching the turtles, they are then measured and tagged. Measurements of shell length, width, head size and weight are taken. (The six turtles we caught range from 6 kgs to 12 kgs.) Metal tags are put in each turtle for tracking purposes and photos of each ...