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A Travel Blog by sol
... the iguazu falls we went from sydeny to Beunos Aires to motivideo motivideo to piraloplis to punta elsta back to motivideo to salto salto to concordia to iguazu falls back to salto salto to motivideo if any one wants any info please let me know
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A Travel Blog entry by jenandtony from Salto, Uruguay
... days most of the visitors stay at the boutique spa resorts and hotels that have sprung up around the springs rather than in Salto itself, which is distinctly untouristy. We settled in to our room at Hostal del Jardin which is a two storey row ...
A Travel Blog entry by phil-marie2010 from Salto, Uruguay
... bumped into Ciaran a friend from University. It was weird seeing him in the most random of places in Uruguay. Celou cestu do Salto prselo a bohuzel ani neprestalo, kdyz jsme tam prijeli. Nevim jak se to stalo, ale kdyz jsme vyndali muj batoh z autobusu ...
A Travel Blog entry by helenandheid from Salto, Uruguay
... , there were about 3 cars every hour. There is nothing except for farms and a few small hamlets in between the ranch and Salto. We got hysterically excited every time we saw a car. After a few hours of a middle aged couple in a truck ...
A Travel Blog entry by sol from Salto, Uruguay
we took the coach from motivideo to salto which took 5hours but I must say that the coaches are fantastic they are better than the planes we have in australia the seats lay back to a bed and they serve meals drinks and snacks when the coach stopped at ...
A Travel Blog entry by smiley_kab from Salto, Uruguay
... or whatever. anyway. met our tour leader juan and got on bus to thermal spa. it was apretty place bout 15mins outside salto. we got a massage and a facial and spent the day in warm pools and under intense bizarre shower things. was nice and ...
A Travel Blog entry by jessi330 from Salto, Salto, Uruguay
... proud to report that I did not burn at all! Nick's shoulders got red though. I had a slight headache. We went back to Salto, went down to the port and waited for the boat. You buy your ticket from this little shack. The woman was confused about our ...
A Travel Blog entry by nikandads2008 from Salto, Uruguay
... too so after 8 hours I was VERY ready to get off it!! Roll on no more local buses!! Trying to find accommodation in Salto was pretty non-existent but we ended up in a nice hostel, about the only one, called Hostel Jardin which was fine. A lady ...
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Boasting a drop of more than 300 feet, Salto Aponguao is one of Venezuela's most attractive waterfalls. Salto Aponguao is hard to reach, but its beauty makes the trip to see it well worth the effort.