Treinta Y Tres

Address: Juan A Lavalleja 1534, Treinta Y Tres, Uruguay | Hotel
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    Beautiful beaches

    A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Feb 13, 2015

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    ... underdeveloped compared to most of the Caribbean and all of the recent buildings have taken on the thatched roof cabana style- it would be amazing to come back in a big group for a cabana holiday! We found what we think was pineapple cider (see photo) at a beach bar...maybe something to bring back for the West country summer? The hostel was really great, lots of hammocks and a massive nightly ...

    Beach Life

    A travel blog entry by funlou22 on Jan 21, 2015

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    ... and although it was a dorm room we had our own kitchen, toilet and outside area, result! We spent a huge amount of time over the next couple of days sat on the decking drinking beers and cider, watching the surfers and going for a quick dip in the sea when we got too hot, it really was just perfect.

    Our time in Punta Del Diablo consisted mainly of relaxing but I managed to get a good surf session in and we did have one night out around the local ...

    Last days in punta del diablo and onto Brazil

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on Jan 20, 2015

    ... I had been to the park before when I came in dec,beer but I had gone straight to the beach and not explored the actual park, so it was really ice cycling around it all. We bought some food with us and we had a chill out on the beach after about 1 1/2 hours of cycling. We just sunbathed, ate and chatted a while and then got an ice cream. We then started to head back on the bikes. The girls were going to leave that night hit decided not to and so we stopped off on ...

    Punta Del Diablo

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on Jan 17, 2015

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    ... it didn't bother me too much, until the people came to bed in the dorm and turned all the lights on a faffed about with their things before they went to bed. Finally just getting back to sleep the monsterous snoring began!!! There were 3 other Spanish girls in my room who were also woken up, ironically none of the guys woke up. So didn't get much sleep that night. Guada one of the owners of the hostel is so cute and she had said I was going to move to ...

    From Holidays to Honeymoon...

    A travel blog entry by traceyamy on Jan 03, 2015

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    ... and another delicious meal. We felt very spoiled and quite enjoyed ourselves. But of course we missed our family very much! After a few hours on a bus and 20km on bike we reached the entry point to our next destination... Cabo Polonio. We had to leave our bikes at the station and take a big 4x4 sand truck across 30 minutes of dunes and forest. We were thus transported to another world. Cabo Polonio had a Burning Man at the beach feel to it. There were small hand made ...