Your Social Life in Coastal Uruguay, Has Just Gotten Better!

Posted on October 4, 2009. Filed under: Coastal Uruguay, People, Travel/Tourism, Uruguay Expatriate |

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One of the things we’ve been hoping for is coming to pass, an invigorated social scene in the Maldonado Department which includes Punta del Este, Piriapolis and the places in between of course.

Piriapolis has its monthly expat lunch, but Punta del Este is the center for most of the meetings. When we first arrived in Uruguay, in 2006, Punta was a ghost town much/most of the year. This has changed dramatically in the last year. Punta is fast becoming a year around happening with a social venue to match as the schedule below clearly shows.

Here is a sample of the upcoming social events. (And yes, if your Spanish is poor or missing, English speakers will be there in mass.)

* Thursday, Oct. 1, 10 pm, Trio Tom jazz show at La Cueva, Dodera 867 corner with Florida (Sorry we’re late on this one but it’s a good sample.)

* Friday, Oct. 16, 7PM at Brava 28, PDE, wine tasting

* Mon. Oct. 21, 11AM, meeting at Kitty’s on the PDE harbor

All I can add is cool and exciting!

source: Punta del Este Expats

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just as a reminder, Vida Devagar http://vidadevagar.blogspot.com/ will be open on spring weekends, and for any gatherings planned in advance during week-days… bookings: 043 81736, or 099069897

My husband and I are planning to travel to Uruguay to buy a retirement home or maybe land and build one. He was born and raised in Montevideo. We were shying away from Punta because it was a ghost town for most of the winter? Has that changed? and are there still lots available to build there?

Dorothy-

La Punta is still very slow in the winter for sure, but in the last four years there’s more year round life and events than you remember.

There are plenty of building lots in Maldonado Department in good locations.


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