Montevideo, Uruguay Is where I see our family living in the not so far future. Latin America is the best place to be <3

Things to Do in Montevideo, Uruguay

South America travel - things to do in Montevideo, Uruguay. Beautiful South American city with educational and cultural opportunities.

Entre palais fantôme et folie visionnaire, Casapueblo déroule sa blancheur fantasque en Uruguay, face au bleu de l’Atlantique. Une œuvre-hôtel signée Carlos Paez Vilaro © Matthieu Salvaing

Casapueblo, Uruguay

Casapueblo hotel in Punta Ballena, Uruguay. Originally the summer house and studio of artist Carlos Páez Vilaró.

El hornero (meaning "oven maker"/ "baker" in Spanish) or  Furnarius can be found in Brasil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Bolivia and Argentina. The pair builds a nest made of mud in a shape similar to the old mud ovens. This wonderful sequence was photographed by some very patient person. I have personally seen this birds making their nest when I traveled through South America.

Even Birds build cob homes! hornero-bird-building-nest Building a new home?

“ Whistling Heron - Syrigma sibilatrix The Whistling Heron, Syrigma sibilatrix (Pelecaniformes - Ardeidae), is endemic to South America, where it occupies two disjunct regions. A northern...

Whistling Heron - Syrigma sibilatrix The Whistling Heron, Syrigma sibilatrix (Pelecaniformes - Ardeidae), is endemic to South America, where it occupies two disjunct regions. A northern population,.

Can I just live here
Casapueblo, Uruguay

Montevideo, Uruguay (THE BEST TRAVEL PHOTOS)

Casapueblo, Punta Ballena, the house that Carlos Paez Vilaro began building in 1958 a few miles from Punta del Este, Uruguay. Paez Vilaro is the father of one of the survivors of the Andes plane crash in

Canada is the only normal one! USA is freaking nuts.... although I did get a laugh out of Russias haha

Costimus Prime

Miss Universe Pageant Parade Of National Costumes – 34 Pics

Beach house with modern interior design.  Concrete blocks insure a high level of privacy.  Uruguay.

It is my mission in life to buy a beach house someday. Preferably on the beach so I better lock this career thing up and skyrocket one-way to the moon. I love the ceiling and the stained beams. And floor to ceiling windows for the view.

Cerro Cora Paraguay

Cerro Cora National Park in Paraguay

Insider's Guide to Montevideo, Uruguay | Journal Concierge - WSJ.com

Insider's Guide to Montevideo, Uruguay

Café Brasilero is Montevideo's oldest café—a place where patrons always find time to waste time.

Taking off to that one place you've always wanted to go

Plane tickets so I can travel.

The sayaca tanager (Thraupis sayaca) is a species of bird in the Thraupidae family, the tanagers.  It is a common resident in northeastern, central, and southeastern Brazil, and Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, and northeast Argentina (where they are known as celestinos or celestinas).

The sayaca tanager (Thraupis sayaca) resident in Brazil, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina.

Many people travel around South America, but Uruguay is often a forgotten country. Too bad, cause there is lots to do in Uruguay! Click to read a complete Uruguay travel guide, which includes the best things to do in Uruguay, where to stay in Uruguay, and

The Top Seven Things To Do In Uruguay That Are Not Just Beaches

Many people travel around South America, but Uruguay is often a forgotten country. Too bad, cause there is lots to do in Uruguay! Click to read a complete Uruguay travel guide, which includes the best things to do in Uruguay, where to stay in Uruguay, and

Iguazú Falls, Argentina – Natural Beauty in South America

Iguazú Falls, Argentina

Iguazú Falls, which runs from Brazil to Argentina, is known to be the most beautiful waterfall in the world. In fact, it is said that United States

Casas pintadas en el Barrio Reus.-Montevideo.Uruguay

-Montevideo, Uruguay (The Reason I'm Taking a…

Chestnut-Backed Tanager/  "If you want a daring color palette but don't know where to begin, just copy a beautiful bird." Tanna Espy Miller, Ask a Designer columnist

CoLors/BiRds: Photo Chestnut-backed Tanager (Tangara preciosa) by Renato Grimm

One of the smallest countries in South America, Uruguay, lies between Latin America's two largest republics—Brazil, to the north and northeast, and Argentina, to the west and south. Description from kids.britannica.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

One of the smallest countries in South America, Uruguay, lies between Latin…

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