You can ask me questions about culture, government, visas, and travel in Uruguay. Uruguay is a beautiful country that offers much more than the general public would be aware of. Give it a try.
I lived in Uruguay for two years. While there I learned Spanish, which I speak and write fluently. I also learned about one of the most beautiful cultures in South America that comes from a rich Spanish heritage mixed with a lot of Italian and Spaniards and a little bit of German. I travel to South America quite often and have dealt with almost all aspects of life from business to travel to religion to conversing with the shoe shine boys.
BSBA - Business Administration from the University of Pheonix
Juris Doctorate - South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas.
Fluent in both Spanish and Portuguese
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The first thing to note is that Uruguay is a social medicine country, which means that the opportunities and salaries are low. While Uruguay is an excellent place to live and work, healthcare is not that
Steve, Not sure I understand the question exactly, but I will answer what I think you are asking me. I currently reside in Houston, TX and I am an international lawyer and travel throughout the world
There are no direct flights into Uruguay from the US. Flights into Uruguay usually originate from Argentina, Brazil, or Chile. Flights from the US to those countries usually are overnight flights arriving
When I travel I just use my US phone, but from other people that I have discussed this issue with, they all agree that Movistar is the best company to use. Some of them will go on eBay and buy an unlocked
Pablo, You are right, the answer to these questions are not on the tip of my tongue. I think the best that I could help you with is a contact in Uruguay who has helped other move businesses to Uruguay