Get an insight of expats' daily life in Uruguay and read their blogAdd your blog
What catches the eye of a semi-retired immigrant (now Uruguayan citizen) from North America. Short. Sometimes sweet.
Written by writers Mark Mercer and Lisa Marie Mercer, this blog details the obvious and the subtleties of Uruguay life.
I write about Uruguay, mainly.
Uruguay Expat Blog:About living, investing. and traveling in Uruguay.
LANGUAGE, PEOPLE, EMPANADAS, MATE, DAILY LIFE AND MORE
When I was planning my move to Uruguay I realized just how very little information is available on this little gem of a country down south....so I decided to tell the good people a little of what they want to know! How to find and apartment, what to bring, how to get residency, what to see and do....and more! Hopefully it´ll help YOU feel a little more prepared, luckily the unknown suits me down to the ground :)
After returning to Punta del Este in late 2007 I found a growing and very diverse community of foreigners, most of whom had recently settled. A series of expat groups have emerged along the entire coast of Uruguay, from Colonia to Punta del Este, and our blog caters to those residing or interested in settling in Punta del Este or its surroundings. It's not a guide and it's not "as seen through the fresh eyes of the newly arrived" but rather more of a snapshot of who we are, the kinds of things we are interested in, or the lives we lead here. There are multiple contributors from among the expat community, whose nationalities span the five continents.
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.
As we were planning our move abroad, we encountered the question almost daily, You're moving where?!?! We thought this would be the perfect name to use when chronicling our life abroad. If you're reading this, you may just be curious, you may be family or friends keeping up on our adventures, of you may be planning you own life abroad and fielding the question yourself, You're moving where?!?!? The mission of this blog is to share our expat experiences as a family and share the tips, tricks and technological gadgets that have made our lives abroad easier and more fun. We'll share our ups and our downs and all that is included in setting up a life in a new city, in a new country, on a new continent, where we don't completely know the language.
uruguay residency • uruguay retirement • retirement in uruguay • uruguay citizenship • retiring in uruguay • uruguay residency requirements • residency in uruguay • retirement uruguay • uruguay residence • uruguay retirement visa • residence in uruguay • residency uruguay • uruguayan citizenship • become a citizen of uruguay • permanent residency in uruguay • residency requirements uruguay • retire in uruguay • uruguay permanent residency • uruguay immigration • how to become a citizen of uruguay • citizenship uruguay • residence uruguay • uruguay permanent residence • permanent residence in uruguay • requirements for residency in uruguay • uruguay citizenship requirements • becoming a citizen of uruguay • phil gushen • permanent residency uruguay • uruguay health immigration • uruguay resident visa • retirement visa uruguay • Emigration to Uruguay - Inmigration to Uruguay - Migration to Uruguay - Procedures of residency in Uruguay. - Aplly for residence in Uruguay
The Doc Report - An American expat in Montevideo,Uruguay. Hola, join me in my tales of living in South America, owning 3 gatos and the joys of Spanglish.
This is the journal of The Southron,an American Expatriate from Florida who has spent the last decade living in the West Indies, former Yugoslavia and Costa Rica. He moved to Montevideo, Uruguay at the end of February 2006..
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.