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Hallo Uruguaymagazin!
von Ulli  am 16. Juli 2003 17:47:55
Tolle Infos, leider noch nicht vollständig.


RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (Wolfgang  am 16. Juli 2003 17:49:35)
Danke, und wir arbeiten an der Vervollständigung. Uruguaymagazin Team

RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (tamara  am 29. Juli 2003 03:20:07)
seite wird immer besser, sehr informativ, schaue täglich hinein!
wüsste gerne etwas über reiturlaub und angelmöglichkeiten in uruguay.

RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (Wolfgang  am 29. Juli 2003 03:20:07)
Wer Reiten oder Angeln möchte findet hier ohne Schwirigkeiten die Möglichkeit dazu. Die Angelreviere sind Weltbekannt (auch Fliegenfischen) und Pferde kann man fast auf jeder Farm zu günstigen Konditionen mieten.
Gruß WW

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RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (fuzzz  am 11. Januar 2007 14:51:14)
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RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (wes  am 11. Januar 2007 14:53:33)
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RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (Daniel  am 08. März 2008 16:17:34)
Ist ja alles schön und gut was Ihr schreibt,aber die Preise die Ihr andauernd angibt,solltet Ihr bitte auch in Euro umrechnen damit auch mal ein dummer Familienvater von drei Kindern mit Frau versteht bzw sich ein Bild machen kann!!! Danke

RE: Hallo Uruguaymagazin!  (Kerstin  am 11. Mai 2008 08:35:14)
an Daniel.
Die Angaben stammen aus dem Jahr 2003. Da mußt du nichts mehr wissen. Dieses Forum ist tod, erledigt, aufgelöst.
Beachte jüngere Beiträge und immer auf das Datum schauen.