WHY URUGUAY?
 
 
   
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Ross Freeman, USA
  Ross Freeman, USA
 

"Wow what a trip to tell someone about.

Where to begin, I guess it should be from where all the trips start, and that would be with Mr Felipe Cantera . You will not meet a better person to show you his country which is unlike any other place in the world . He takes you in to his home and right away he make you feel like his home is your home. Then you load up the van with all your belongings and you are off to discover Uruguay .

The journey will begin by leaving Salinas and venturing off in what ever direction you pick . In my case we chose a place called Artegus . Along the way you will see vast fields of grass for the cattle to graze on and flocks of nandu, a large bird that looks like an ostrich. All the while Felipe is telling you of the fish that you will find in the northern part of his country from pikes to many different kinds of Gymnogeophagus as well as all kinds of tetras and other fish. The waters are clean, pristine and plentiful. And while you and your guide are collecting, the only sound that you will hear is wind blowing and the birds singing .

As for the people of Uruguay you will be treated like a king you want for nothing except maybe more time . A prefect stranger will open his or her home to you, feed you, tell you stories of their country, again making you feel like a part of their family .

All in all for being my first trip to South America I could not have pick a better place to explore . I can only say if you have the chance go, do not let the opportunity pass you by, because you will be kicking yourself if you do .

Thank you again Felipe / Helen for a trip of a lifetime ."

 

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