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Being Uruguay's capital city, Montevideo is known as one of the safest cities in the world. It attracts expatriates in large numbers, especially due to the significant influence of the West. As a lively and dynamic area, it has a tremendous cultural wealth and a bustling nightlife.

By choosing to live in Montevideo, you will enjoy high living standards, along with several professional opportunities.

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After Suriname, Uruguay is the second smallest country in South America. But don’t let the size fool you. Translated from Guarani as the “river of colourful birds”, the country is a stunning mix of lush inland greenery and white sandy coastline. For its stable social development, an established democracy and a free education system, Uruguay has received another nickname — “the Switzerland of South America”.

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We are a couple from San Diego CA who moved to Montevideo Uruguay with our young daughter May 2009. We are expecting another baby in February 2010, and yes we're having our baby here. While we are exploring Uruguay we figured, why not share our adventures, trials and everything we are learning with the rest of the world through our blog and website. We hope you enjoy, and please subscribe to keep up to date with what we are finding.


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