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Edited by: veit on 21.12.2003 veit on 26.08.2003
|Last postings about Rocha Uruguay from other users
...well, I simply love it!
-Turismo de playa
-Observación de ballenas (con suerte y en la época correcta)
-Visitar Cabo Polonio (pueblito de pescadores con una importante colonia de lobos marinos)
-Visitar el Monte de Ombúes (bosque de uno de los árboles más emblemáticos de la región del Río de la Plata)
-Playa naturista La Sirenita (para quienes practiquen el naturismo o el nudismo)
-Y sobre todas las cosas... descansar del ruido citadino. Una de las actividades preferidas de quienes vivimos aquí es sentarnos a ver la salida de la luna llena sobre el mar. Creo que es un buen ejemplo del ritmo de vida que impera en el pueblo.
Beach, whales watching (good luck and at the right time), visits to Cabo Polonio (a little fishermen's town with a big population of sea lions), visits to the Ombú Forest (a very special foresto of one of the most typical trees of the Río de la Plata), naturist/nudist beach La Sirenita (2 kmts. from Aguas Dulces)... And most at all... Aguas Dulces is a nice place to relax, far away from the city noise. A popular activity of people who lives here is just to seat down to watch the moon-rise over the sea. I think this is a perfect description of town rhythm.
cabo polonio, balizas, pedrera, sierras de rocha
A lot of things, specially related to what nature can offer