Alpinas Pilmaiquen

Grulla y Aries, La Paloma, 11300, Uruguay | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from La Paloma

Part 7: The proposal

A travel blog entry by llamatrails


... their huge garden, where we ate some of the best steak and slow-cooked lamb I've ever tasted. It was a really fun, sociable evening, capped off with fireworks going off all around us as midnight struck and Uruguayans took it on themselves to hug everyone in sight. We didn't make it to the beach, but this was perfect.

After a couple more days enjoying the green spaces, hammocks and beaches of Uruguay we headed back to Argentina to head to the Mendoza wine region.

La Paloma

A travel blog entry by paulandjemma


Day One Hundred and Fourteen - Saturday 29th December 2012

We awoke late so there wasn't time to do much in Punta that morning before our bus to La Paloma. Travelling east along the coast of Uruguay, Punta del Este is the last town of any size or significance before you hit the Brazilian border, but there are a couple of hundred miles of small-town Uruguay's pristine coastline in between. La Paloma is one of the many picture postcard villages you can stop at along the coastal ...

Salvador Los tortugas marinas!

A travel blog entry by carlyandbryn1


... away got to work ordering everyone about, telling us what needs done around the house, when we could go and capture, etc. it turned out his main concern was the big crack in the ground where the fridge was, and as soon as Snellers mentioned he plastered back home, Gus was digging out these ancient tools for him to get started. Crispin was given some other task to do with labelling stuff in the kitchen (Gus created work where no normal person would ever have seen there was ...

...que tranquilo!

A travel blog entry by usupandaway


... like guests, and so we meet Diego from Montevideo, many from Australia, New Zealand, Canada and London and plenty of girls groups from Argentina, escaping the hot city as we did. And they are so nice and friendly, too!

The only negative experiece we've had is the sunburn form the first day. The sun is so fierce down here, factor 30 does not seem egough and any small spot on your body that you might have forgottten turns red immediately. A good ...

The Cape - Our few days at Cabo Polonio

A travel blog entry by jonnyandjanette

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... to believe it is back swimming with its friends!

It gets dark pretty quickly and we’re both very glad of the head torches we brought as they have not had much opportunity for use yet. We head to the hostel where Pancho is preparing two big fish (Corvina – a meaty white fish) for dinner and calling round his friends to say that he has more fish than he knows what to do with. So we have our first meal with the locals ( who include 'The ...


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