And in Ciudad Vieja (“Old City”) there’s a bar street with some options.Expect overpriced beers, shitty Latin music, and more fat chicks than even Raul could shake a stick at. If you liked this article check out our latest on Uruguay here.Anyway, It’s been a week since I heard any Christmas elevator music or was encouraged to buy anything I didn’t need just to keep the wheels on the US economy, and I’m totally fine with that.I just spent 5 days in the capital of Uruguay, and I want to report back to Single Dude nation that Montevideo is a shockingly mediocre location for the single dude or frankly any traveler.Every night I’d have a mediocre chick into me at 2 am but I just didn’t have the energy to sit there for the next 4 hours waiting for her. But the weather is nice in Uruguay, so it’s a good place to sit out at cafes on the beach and relax, right? There is some law or something prohibiting bars or cafes on the ocean, so the entire ocean walk, called “La Rambla” is basically abandoned.
According to Countries and Their Cultures, there is a "very high proportion" of Uruguayan women participating in the labor force of the South American country.It’s blocked up with horse piss or something equally foul smelling so it’s not pleasant aromatic herb, but it does the job and the cops won’t give you a hard time for it, so that’s one bonus to Uruguay.Other than that I say learn from my mistake and never bother with this place, unless you’re getting paid well to go there.By 1922, the Pan-American Conference of Women named Paulina Luisi an honorary vice president of the meeting and she continued to be an activist until Uruguay gave women the right to vote.The abortion law of Uruguay is very liberal compared to the other Latin American countries. I came down to avoid winter and Christmas and instead enjoy sunny summer in South America.Fuck cold weather, I never understood why people would put up with it.In 2012, Uruguay become the second country in Latin America, after Cuba, to legalize abortion on demand (during the first 12 weeks of pregnancy).), is a sovereign state in the southeastern region of South America.It borders Argentina to its west and Brazil to its north and east, with the Río de la Plata (River of Silver) to the south and the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast.Uruguay is home to an estimated 3.44 million people, of whom 1.8 million live in the metropolitan area of its capital and largest city, Montevideo.