I’ve read that Uruguay is South America’s smallest Spanish-speaking country. So we decided to drive most of it (south to north) in one day.
Rolling hills and farmland. John Deere dealerships. We saw lots of cattle for 5 hours. Then, we got to the real gems of western Uruguay. Thermals!
It is no secret that Bode is a (Alameda-county) hot-tubber. Obviously, we hit the one with camping. Next door- the one with the giant hot water slide…well that one was closed until September. It did look cool though.
Besides 2 thermal pools, our campground had a few donkeys, sheep and 2 lambs. So, all in all, a great place to stay.
The best and weirdest thing about this town, was that everyone walked around in bathrobes (of course, with thermos and mate). It was funny at first, but then we all wanted bathrobes. They even wore them in restaurants.