Posada Mariemar

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

    Remote town with no water or power

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 06, 2014

    51 photos

    ... cock fight where they were clawing the **** out of each other... no not two guys, two chickens. After that excitement strait away on the search for penguins. As we started walking down the beach we noticed heaps of dead sand sharks washed up on shore really cool but, real gross too. Around the corner we could see islands in the distance with hundreds of fur seals so we knew we must be pretty close to a pile of our own a little closer to us. As we kept walking ...

    In The Land Of The Umbu!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 13, 2014

    24 photos

    ... journey is marred by pot holes and complaints from the taxi,for 180km our insides are vibrated to within an inch of their lives.We pass some one horse towns,the type where the locals wave at every car that goes past because it is such a rarity and the passing scenary is distinctly odd, a mixture of sub-tropical palm trees and English country side,flocks of sheep going about there business and Friesland cows with udders waiting to be milked.The small villages that we pass ...


    A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Mar 26, 2014

    35 photos

    ... and early and were just about to walk out of our hostel when we realised that we had forgotten to change our clocks to Uruguayan time and had in fact missed our coach again. Facepalms all round. Thankfully, we made it in the end. Cabo Polonio is a sleepy little village on the Uruguayan coast. It can only be accessed by specialised trucks that navigate the sand dunes surrounding it, which gives it a strange, cut-off, Wicker Man quality. It's also a real hippie haven with ...

    Sea lions, disappointing food & bus complications

    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Dec 07, 2013

    4 comments, 4 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Entering Sandman. Alone.

    A travel blog entry by kodatravels on Mar 05, 2013

    13 photos

    ... 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: normal;">After our hour bus drive my friends I met in Punta del Diablo and I disembarked and entered the bus terminal where one needs to wait for a truck to tale him to the cape (Cabo). Seeing I was all in for my last horra, it wasn't really a question that I was going to hike with my backpack through the dunes until I reached the town 7 KM away. None of the group wanted to join, which I understood and there I ...