This is something new. Looks like Uruguay would be more open to the middle eastern country in the next couple of years.
I think whenever you move to your new place where customs and traditions are completely different, do not try to push on your believes. Mingle and socialize with people. The grassroots is the place where you get your
Commentary on Dilma's Impeachment - And More Discussion to Come at Sunday's Expat Meeting
Telesur reports that former president Jose Mujica believes that Dilma Rousseff's impeachment and removal as president of Brazil was "a coup." He claims "deposed Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was ousted because she did not yield to pressure from
This is a very interesting interactive map showing migrations around the world. Click on any country and set "IN" and it will tell you where the immigrants to that country have come from (by hovering over any other country). Set it to "OUT" and will show where the citizens of that country have migrated to. About 2% of the people in Uruguay are
Hello, This is Sonia Duarte. My friends, I am happy to contact you again because it is summer time in Montevideo and I want to help you enjoy the season and the weather. I have many new services to offer including rooms in a beautiful house in the middle of Montevideo and bicycles for you to ride and rent. I have sightseeing tours, ways to get
This may not be news to some but I have not seen any posts about it before.
When I arrived in Uruguay a few days ago (unlike in the past), I was not given any immigration and/or custom forms to fill out. I just presented my passport and stuck my thumb in their finger print reader and was on my way in 20 seconds. The long lines after a flight