Alpinas Pilmaiquen

Address: Grulla y Aries, La Paloma, 11300, Uruguay | Ranch
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This ranch is located on Grulla y Aries, La Paloma.
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    Travel Blogs from La Paloma

    Round the world with Type 1 diabetes......

    A travel blog entry by anna_and_steve on Oct 28, 2014

    2 comments, 19 photos

    ... for adults between the ages of 20 and 79 worldwide for 2012 was 382 million and it is expected to affect 592 million people by 2035.

    People with diabetes have about twice the risk of developing a range of Cardiovascular disease, compared with those without diabetes.

    Diabetes is the single most common cause of end stage renal disease requiring dialysis or transplant

    Diabetes is the leading cause of preventable sight loss in people of working age in ...

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 18, 2014

    8 photos

    This am I checked my BMO bank account to see if my fees were less than my Scotia account. I found out they are the same. Somehow, I forgot to repack my debt card and ended up leaving it at the hostel. I didn't realize it was missing till later this evening. We hopped on a bus to our next costal town La Paloma. We got a coupon book from our last hostel, so we walked to the hostel we had a coupon for. The front door was locked, so we knocked and ...

    From Uruguay with love...

    A travel blog entry by traveling_mel on Mar 04, 2013

    ... bar, from a multitude of different countries. The next few days consisted of: wake up, cook, hammock, cook, surf, hammock, cook, fire pit then bed. All very stressful. As always me and Lou struggled along with our complete lack of Spanish, even ordering cheese at the local market would leave us leaving confused, but a always the locals had boundless amounts of patience with us. Just by the lighthouse on the shore there is a small colony of sea lions, ...

    Part 7: The proposal

    A travel blog entry by llamatrails on Jan 04, 2013

    33 photos

    ... our chance to skydive. We had to wait about three hours and, when we finally got our call, I noticed that Nick looked quite pale. As the tiny plane took off, with Nick and I bundled on to the laps of our pilots (I'm not kidding), I was more concerned about Nick's nerves than my own. I was even more worried when one of the pilots signalled to his watch (indicating we'd be jumping in about 2 minutes) and Nick launched in to a little speech about our time together and how ...

    Why see the world when you've got the beach?

    A travel blog entry by beebcity on Oct 31, 2012

    17 photos

    ... for $40USD. We spent the rest of the day walking around the town, which was dead, climbing rocks to spy on seals, looking for washed up sunken ship treasures in the completely empty beach, and walking across sand dunes. It was so quiet and peaceful. That night we had some drinks at the hostel with the owner and other guests. The owner used to have a restaurant here too, and cooked amazing looking meals for his friends that were staying over. His friends were ...

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