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The thought of meeting a gaucho and going horseback riding with a real gaucho in the land that produces lots of grass-fed beef was certainly a great draw for our family. The estancia San Pedro de Timote’s main attractions were horseback riding and a time by the fire with with the gaucho drinking mate. Cabalgata […]
Chivito, Milanesa sandwich and Chivito al Plato are some Uruguayan fast foods. A chivito is a sandwich with tenderloin beef, lettuce, fried egg, mozzarella cheese, tomato and mayonnaise with french fries on the side. If you prefer not to have the buns, get a chivito al plato. Chivito al plato has the same ingredients served […]
By Ken Looi Colonia del Sacramento was founded in 1680 by the Portugese as Colónia do Sacramento, the colony was later renamed by the Spanish as Colonia del Sacramento. Through all those years, the Spaniards and the Portugese were fighting over this piece of land. Therefore, you could find houses in Spanish, Portuguese or mixed […]
Punta del Este is one of the most famous seaside resorts in South America today. Some call it the extension of Argentina. This little patch of land in a peninsula overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Rio de la Plata provides ample sea view and water activities for tourists from around the world. Construction was in […]