I am learning the ways of being a local…sort of. Sure, I walk down the street and people can tell (from my clothes perhaps?) that I don’t exactly fit the bill as a Montevidean. But let’s not focus on this for...Read More
Author: Dominic DeGrazier
What more could anyone ask for? You eat some of the best beef in the world for your main course every day. During your time off work, or during a leisurely stroll along the “Rambla” in Montevideo, you drink the best...Read More
It’s 12:43 in the morning here in the Ciudad Vieja (the touristy part of the center of the city). I have just returned from eating dinner with a new Uruguayan friend. This doesn’t sound strange, does it? Dinners...Read More
I’ve become a bit tired of getting charged five dollars, at least, on every transaction I enter into on the ATMs out here. Well, I haven’t used them that much yet, but I will get tired of them very soon. So off to...Read More
I’ve been in Montevideo, Uruguay for a week now. This is a smaller South American capital – some 1.7 million people. I am here to live for awhile, to figure out the people, and most importantly to decide if I like...Read More
Some of the most enjoyable memories on my year long journey through South America happened while sitting, reading, gazing, listening, talking, zoning out or all of the above in a town’s plaza. Whether it was the fullness of...Read More
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