Hotel Yeruti

Address: Calle Grulla, casi Aries, La Paloma, 21700, Uruguay | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Grulla, casi Aries, La Paloma.
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    Travel Blogs from La Paloma

    In The Land Of The Umbu!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 13, 2014

    24 photos

    ... a kiss and I drove off with her blowing kisses in the distance! At the back of the taxi I scratched my head and gave my cheeks a slap and I thought,I’ve just been hit on by a sixty year old woman!

    Such shana****ns now over I turned my attention to the journey ahead, the Taxi I was in,driven by a young lad,was probably the type of vehicle that Ursula and her friends would shoot at on a crisp winters day at the range,decidedly unkempt with upholstery ...

    Searching for surfing

    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Nov 30, 2013

    5 photos

    ... 2 collinders, bonus!), and of course the obligatory 15 year old salt, pepper, and maybe sugar. On our second day we climbed a lighthouse, did a painting, made friends with an Argentinian shoe-maker, got followed by a dog and took some cracking sunset photos. We've also planned stop 3 in Punta del Diablo. This place apparently attracts surfers of all standards, but has good water for beginners. CHOPS! With that it was time for bed. Goodnight! ...

    From Uruguay with love...

    A travel blog entry by traveling_mel on Mar 04, 2013

    ... where you pay the entrance fee which also includes your return journey to the town. The mode of transport is a funky pickup-come-beach buggy with two levels. The journey is mainly across the famous sand dunes and then finally the last stretch is across the beautifully deserted beach. We had arrived just after a storm and the waves easy were 4m high and covering the beach in thick sea foam. The 'town' is over a largish area and consists of a sprinkling ...

    Storms, buckets and dunes

    A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Jan 23, 2013

    25 photos

    ... much anything else. When the sun is out you marvel at the beauty of nature. When the constant strong wind brings another storm you marvel at the power of nature. Those time of taking refuge were actually truly magical, it was a feeling of being lost at sea on a small boat, a truly amazing atmosphere.

    We weren´t keen on leaving at all but as we have only seen one bank machine in the past week, with only a small withdrawal limit, it was the sad ...

    Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

    A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1 on May 19, 2012

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... in the space of about 400m of beach. Later in the evening, Gustavo's uni friend turned up to spend the next day at the centre, her name was Jasmina and she spoke perfect english due to living in Australia for a year. That night, feeling we had done a good days work, we chilled out and listened to Gus's many stories over dinner, then went to bed as we were supposedly going to "make capture" in the morning. On wednesday, the weather looked fairly good, so we all helped pack up the ...