Friday’s Featured Food: Comida de Perla – Perla’s Cuisine, Montevideo, Uruguay

When travelling, living and visiting new countries and cultures part of the joy is undoubtedly sampling the local cuisine. I’m a shit cook and a lazy chef, even though I was once in charge of every cheeseburger and hotdog sold at Bournemouth beach. So I need people to cook for me a lot of the Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Comida de Perla – Perla’s Cuisine, Montevideo, Uruguay[…]

Casa De Perla: Living at Guana 2077, Parque Rodo, Montevideo

As a traveller and often nomad, I find it important every now and then to have a base or somewhere consistent to stay rather than jumping from hostel to hotel, from campsite to website, from bus terminal to airport and from bar to cafe. I found that consistency as I decided to stay for 3 Read more about Casa De Perla: Living at Guana 2077, Parque Rodo, Montevideo[…]

Backpacking in Uruguay: Bus Back to Montevideo

Bus journeys become such a common aspect of travel, I’ve been on a bus in almost every country I’ve been to. To some people, bus journeys are boring and uninspiring. I enjoy them as a way to see the world from the quiet comfort of a window. As well as getting an onboard flavour for Read more about Backpacking in Uruguay: Bus Back to Montevideo[…]

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