Posada Mariemar

Rt 10, Km 254.5, Cabo Polonio, Uruguay | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Cabo Polonio

Sea lions, disappointing food & bus complications

A travel blog entry by diasbuenos


... bottle (kitchen, La Paloma)

We also suffered from one of two annoying Uruguayan habits that I have noticed, which is to say 'si! Si! Esta bien!' when you don't understand. The example being that when I forgot my kindle, I asked the lady at the bus station if she could phone the driver. She said yes and did nothing. Sar then tried with the same result. Then we asked someone we met at the hostel to try and (yes his Spanish was ...

Hippy Beach Town

A travel blog entry by aly5ia

... with beautiful colours and murals galore. There were locals selling jewellery on the sand paths. It was a site to see so calm and peaceful. We had a delicious meal at a hosteria on the water where i ate Pallea with fresh fish and had peaches for dessert. Later Vanessa and I watched the sun set on the beach like an old couple under a blanket. The weather was very very windy. When we returned to our tiny hostel ...

Entering Sandman. Alone.

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... my pack fully motivated and ready for the upcoming endevor. I knew it was illegal to pitch a tent within the national park of Cabo Polonio and I wasn't going break the law just to save couple of bucks. Luckily for me the park ranger had me leave my tent at entrance of the park relieving me from my extra 5 KG. Sandals on, my Spanish maestro Michelle Thomas playing out of my MP3 and with a tranquil sunset setting in the west as I was walked to the southern point ...

Punta del Diablo...Un Paradiso

A travel blog entry by phartney


... an hour, it was time for me to clock out from Cero Stress one last time. Most places I have been, I have the privilege of speaking excitedly about the fellow travelers I've met and friends I've made. But here, in Punta del Diablo, I was a part of a family. They took me in, not knowing what to expect. I ate 2 meals a day with them, they taught me about cooking, and I was force-fed Spanish. All of which was more than what I was ...

From Uruguay with love...

A travel blog entry by traveling_mel

... shops, restaurants and huts spread out over the expanse of land between two picturesque beaches. Our hostel Viejo Lobo Hostel, was a converted house with beds squeezed in everywhere. It was a little pricey $18 a night, 'but don't worry you can pay by Visa'- the lovely owner Luis said, I have to point out to date this is the ONLY hostel in South America I have been that has accepted card payments- and this is in a town with no running water, only ...


This hotel, located on Rt 10, Km 254.5, Cabo Polonio, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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