Uruguay Travel Articles

 
Cops In Uruguay – Pan de Azucar, Uruguay
Discover how Erik R. Trinidad and his buddy avoide
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China. Maybe One Day #4: Shopping Malls and Golf Buggies – Uruguay and Argentina
Uruguay's capital, Montevideo, didn't amount to much, so Jez took to exploring the streets of Colonia in a golf buggy.
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China. Maybe One Day #5: It’s Been a Hard Day’s Night – Uruguay and Argentina
Jez seems to be having trouble getting to bed at a reasonable hour. Whether it's due to overnight bus rides, chatting with the locals or hitting the clubs after a hard day on the ski slopes.
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Cruising Cape Horn and the Magellan Strait – Uruguay, Argentina, Chile
Cruising Cape Horn and the Magellan Strait – Uruguay, Argentina, Chile Sylvia Seschel enjoyed several days in ports of ca
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Uruguay – the Country with a Beach
Picture the scene: I am standing on the deck of a modern cargo ferry, camera in one hand and beer in the other, the city of Buenos Aires is slipping away and is soon lost in the early morning haze. The backpacker next to me turns and asks, “Do you know anything about Uruguay?” I […]
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Uruguay
Getting There Most people, it seems, pop over to Uruguay from Argentina on one of the numerous, but expensive ferry services. The ferries leave several times a day and you have a choice between the swift catamaran or the slower boat to either Montevideo or Colonia. Tickets cost in the region of US$30-40. The ferry […]
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