I moved to Uruguay with my family in 2000. These are some of the things that I’ve come to love about life in Uruguay—some big, some trivial.
I’m a Brit living in Uruguay. I could be living anywhere but chose life in Uruguay over two decades ago. Time to spill the beans!!
The unassuming South American nation is off-the-radar to Europeans & North Americans. But Brazilians and Argentines have been flocking to Uruguay for years.
Uruguay has embraced renewable energy for economic reasons and ranks in the world’s top twenty green leaders, according to MIT.
The museum, in Montevideo, honours the survivors of the Andes plane crash. Yes, one of the greatest survival stories of the 20th century is Uruguayan.
40% of Roman Catholics live in Latin America but as usual Uruguay does its own thing. There’s complete separation of church and state for almost 100 years.