Punta del Diablo

Uruguay on a Whim

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Uruguay in three days? Ok, we obviously can’t see all of Uruguay in three days, but that’s all we have. We’re taking the ferry to Montevideo in the morning at 7:30. We’ll get in around 11:00 I think. We’ll spend the afternoon in Montevideo and then head towards Punta del Este and the beach. We have no plans other than the fact that we have a ferry ticket to get us there and we’re hoping to throw in Colonia so our friends can see it, too. Everyone is telling us we’re crazy and we’ll never find a place to stay.

We’ll report back in three days. Hope everyone had a wonderful New Year’s Eve and that 2010 brings you all sorts of happiness!

4 Comments To This Article… add one

  • Still Life in Southeast Asia

    January 16, 2010, 1:08 pm Reply

    Hi Angela,

    I’ve been on holiday from Bloglandia for a while, but I had the chance to catch up with San Telmo today. I adore your new site and the design. Hope you and crew are doing well. Give Indy a squeeze for me.
    .-= Still Life in Southeast Asia´s last blog ..Cats of Wat Pho =-.

  • Angela

    January 6, 2010, 7:20 pm Reply

    Thanks Taryn for that tip. We made it up to Punta del Diablo, but only for the day. I checked out La Viuda and it’s AMAZING! John and I can’t wait to go back.

    Katie… I’ll write more about what we managed to do in 3 days. It was such an adventure. I love Uruguay!

  • Katie

    January 4, 2010, 11:05 pm Reply

    Looking forward to hearing about your adventures in Uruguay! I’ve never been anywhere besides Colonia, but I’m thinking about heading to Montevideo the next time I hop over to Uruguay.

    Happy New Year!
    .-= Katie´s last blog ..2009: An End and a Beginning =-.

  • Taryn

    January 3, 2010, 4:00 am Reply

    We loved Punta del Diablo

    This is where we stayed:


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