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

    Day 17

    A travel blog entry by samanthahogan on Sep 18, 2014

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    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 ...

    In The Land Of The Umbu!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 13, 2014

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    ... you go straight away,I feel I could talk to you all day and I am by myself today,my boyfriend is away on business.”
    I thought ,poor bloke if only he knew his “girlfriend” was seducing one of her guests within half an hour of meeting him.
    “I must go Ursula,as much as I would love to stay but the taxi is waiting,”

    We walked outside and I loaded the taxi with my stuff and she came over to me and gave me an over friendly ...

    From Uruguay with love...

    A travel blog entry by traveling_mel on Mar 04, 2013

    ... 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 ...

    Storms, buckets and dunes

    A travel blog entry by hilletulp on Jan 23, 2013

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    ... our gaping wallets that pushed us forward. The trip back was quite fun as well. The way to get to the village is by huge four by four vehicles, looking like a mixture of a truck and a ferrywheel seat, it is called safari-truck, and thats how the journey actually felt. Through the dunes, through the sea itself, the waves galloping at us like a million white stallions, drowning some bags and some feet, everybody giggled (until they saw their bags).

    Part 7: The proposal

    A travel blog entry by llamatrails on Jan 04, 2013

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    ... 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 ...

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