CINCO Hotel Boutique
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the old botanical gardens but they kept getting flooded by the river Pirai, so now it’s a massive strip of simple thatch-roofed restaurants serving authentic Santa Cruz (cruceno) food (because that makes more sense!) We tried a number of tradition clay oven baked foods including cunapes, sonso, and banana leaf wrapped empanadas – all of which tasted suspiciously similar as a kind of cheese bread! Sadly we didn’t ...
... but first we took a well deserved sleep on the benches much to the amusement of the locals. We popped by the restaurant an hour before our flight and asked for the menu, to which our waiter replied "we have meat and potatoes"... Welcome to Trinidad! On top of this, believe it or not, there was another delay caused by a dog on the runway... The rest of the journey was perfectly smooth and we had a beautiful view of La Paz, a city nestled high in the mountains, as we descended down for a smooth ...
We certainly took advantage of the free breakfast provided in the hostel and then spent the morning chilling around the pool as it was great weather. We took a walk into town as kerry wanted to find a beauticians, this took a while as we couldn't find one straight away and a lot were closed. Once we found one and Kerry managed to get done what she wanted it was a little late to go to the park which we had planned to visit. This was just outside the centre and ...
... in my hair. I turned to look if there was a toilet and quickly turned back. That would be the last time my eyes looked to the rear of the bus. For there, nestled in the corner like a creepy uncle ejected from a party, was a black hole of terror. A broken door, a wafting odour and crowded gangway convinced that however badly I needed to go during this trip; it could wait!
We pulled out of the terminal at 8PM sharp. A good start I think to myself. I´m quickly regretting ...
... Potosi we got a 5hour bus to Uyuni. We arrived almost near midnight but had a transfer and help finding a hotel with a hot shower since we couldn't have one after the mine. You start to appreciate hot water and showers in general when travelling. The next morning we started our salt flats tour with Aldid our driver. He was a sweetie. Although he couldn't speak English so our Spanish was tested, but then I realised he could actually understand English so we were attempting more ...