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

    In The Land Of The Umbu!

    A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Apr 13, 2014

    24 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Searching for surfing

    A travel blog entry by diasbuenos on Nov 30, 2013

    5 photos

    ... the best place to ask about the conditions here. Since our last foray into the water, we decided that a lesson or two is probably what we need. Sar rode some good waves kneeling, and we both did some quite successful body boarding in P del E, but to get us standing up I think we need a bit more that just throwing ourselves into the sea strapped to a board. The school here seemed to be shut, and the other shop rented out boards and ...

    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

    25 photos

    ... 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).

    CouchSurfing In La Paloma

    A travel blog entry by beebcity on Oct 29, 2012

    5 photos

    ... try to invent ways to keep yourself entertained (cooking, eating, making up card games, taking walks, etc). Anyway, a lot of the time Alejandro spoke English with us though. It felt like we were cheating, but sill it was nice to have some real conversations. The guys were interesting, too. They listen to jazz, funk and a lot of bossanova, enjoy cooking, and spend most of their time outside on a . Ale studied landscape design and he is working with his cousin to ...

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