Uruguay Sounds Nice!
And that it is! This South American metropolis is basking in the tropical sun, sharing a border with Brazil. One thing is for certain, if you are able to venture to South America, if even for a brief period of time, make sure you visit Uruguay before you leave.
First and foremost, there are literally hundreds of different activities to occupy one’s time with. You can fill your days with relaxing lounges on one of the many beautiful beaches. However, no trip to the beach is complete without getting wet in the warm, tropical waters that envelop you with each passing wave.
Plus, the waters here are teeming with a variety of different sport-fish, posing a challenge and a thrill to most any fisherman. Perhaps fishing isn’t your thing, but you still want to enjoy the water and see some fish. You’re in luck! Scuba lessons and expeditions are abundant and ready to take the eager individual down into the vibrant depths.
Days in Uruguay just never seem long enough when you have to weigh your options on what to do. The same can be said for the nightlife there as well. When the sun goes down, the cities light up. For those of you who were limited to merely online gambling such as with PlayPoker
or some other casino-style website, you can now venture down the street to
one Uruguay’s many casinos (most open 24 hours a day), and place a real bet. Not a gambler, that’s okay because there are dozens of nightclubs just waiting for you to hit their dance floors.
With all that partying though, you’re bound to work up a sweat and, moreover, an appetite.
The great thing about Uruguay is that there are little cafés, diners, and other eateries dotted all over. You probably couldn’t round the corner without running into a great smelling aroma, wafting from a little diner, and into your awaiting nostrils. I bet some local cuisine sounds good right about now, doesn’t it? Well, what are you waiting for…Dig in!
It is simply impossible to visit Uruguay and not have a good time. With so many activities, places to eat, festivals, etc., a good time can be had any time. So next time you are planning a vacation, or even a business trip, pay Uruguay a visit—you’ll be glad you did.
This post was written by Andrew Brusnahan. He is a rather ambitious writer with a flair for travel. Whether he is off climbing some random, desolate mountainside, or simply relaxing on the beach, this guy is sure to never be in the same place for too long. However, if you want to reach him to do some writing or to just say “hey,” you can email him at email@example.com.