Bienvenidos a Uruguay!

South America » Uruguay
January 25th 2009
Published: January 26th 2009EDIT THIS ENTRY

We thought we'd take a few days out of Buenos Aires to go and see neighbouring Uruguay just across the river. We booked the slow boat to cross from B.A. to Colonia del Sacramento. Normally taking a slow boat means cheaper, older and generally a bit shoddy. This slow boat, however, was what appeared to be a brand new ferry complete with shops, a cafe, an outside cocktail bar and plenty of space t... Read Full Entry

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Drumming FrenzyDrumming Frenzy
Drumming Frenzy

...yes I know it's blurred but I still kinda like it, an incamera flash photo doesn't convey a drumming frenzy very well!

27th January 2009

Salsa Chicks
Yeah...I look just like them salsa chicks in my bikini too. Funny that.
27th January 2009

A very exotic blog - that fiesta looks amazing! Your descriptions really brought it all to life. What a wonderful experience to have had.
31st January 2009

I loved your posting and pictures!
Looks quite a lot like our Mardi Gras here in southeast Texas and Louisiana, US! And our Mardi Gras is only 3 weeks away! I'll be taking pictures and posting on my blog too. In March I return to Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, but, alas, I will have missed their 'Carnival'. Thanks again. Patt
4th February 2009

Que lindas fotos!
I enjoyed your entry. The photos are beautiful, especially the sunsets and flowers :)
25th April 2011
Bienvenidos a Uruguay

v nice
lovely jubbly, i didnt see any carnavales or scantily dressed women like this, went in may and it was flipping freezing, nice photos, you obviously picked the right time of year to visit ! feliz viaje

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