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

    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 ...

    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 ...

    From Uruguay with love...

    A travel blog entry by traveling_mel on Mar 04, 2013

    ... HUGE! I have never seen such intimating wild animals that luckily, were at quite a distance from us, but I must admit the next day when I was surfing I had an unnerving fear that one might just decided to come say 'hello'. After three relaxing and quite different days we had to leave this little unique place, we were lucky to go at the end of the season so it was quiet, I think the experience could have been very different if we had gone a few weeks ...

    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

    ... and their two little girls from Montevideo. The woman had started Uruguay's first free magazine detailing upcoming events when she was younger than we are now. The magazine made its profits mostly from Marlboro ads, but when Uruguay outlawed cigarette ads, it bankrupted (but she got out of it before that). Now she runs her own hostel in Montevideo. Another guest at the hostel said he worked in social policy for employment opportunities in Amsterdam now but had ...

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