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Montevideo is Uruguay's largest city and capital, essentially the city has three regions that vary a lot depending on where you are. The areas of the city differ depending if you are in the port area, urban center or the beach suburbs. Since I am tryin...

Montevideo

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Montevideo is Uruguay’s largest city and capital, essentially the city has three regions that vary a lot depending on where you are. The areas of the city differ depending if…
Colonia del Sacramento http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/747 is a wonderful colonial city on the waters of Rio Plata just across from Buenos Aires. This is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. In fact, as I am typing this entry, I ...

Colonia, Uruguay

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Colonia del Sacramento http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/747 is a wonderful colonial city on the waters of Rio Plata just across from Buenos Aires. This is a world away from the hustle and bustle of…
I was able to cross the international bridge into Uruguay and made a stop in the small town of Mercedes for the night. The town was ideal in every way, my wife joked with me prior to flying home saying, "Watch, Uruguay is going to be gorgeous and I lef...

Mercedes, Uruguay

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I was able to cross the international bridge into Uruguay and made a stop in the small town of Mercedes for the night. The town was ideal in every way,…
Bathing capybaras

Going with the flow

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Down by the riverside: Capybaras bathing in a stream, Parque Nacional El Palmar, Entre Rios, Argentina. Caraiva, Bahia, Brazil [by Paula] As we traversed Argentina for the fifth time in…

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