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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... 8211; and was frustrated to reach voicemail a second time. A lot of effort for no connection.
View a RunKeeper log of my walk through downtown Santa Cruz.
I hopped in a taxi to the Santa Cruz Zoo. The driver wanted Bs. 20 ($2.89) but I bargained down to Bs. 15 ($2.17) based on my memory of appropriate taxi fares listed in the guidebook. The taxi ride took 12 minutes. At one large intersection near the zoo, a young man juggled balls at the ...
... when it comes to being on mountain roads, as I have a fear of falling/driving off the edge of them. Then when your going at break neck speed, over lots of pot holes, the road switches to dirt often and then to top it off we pass a land slide, I was practically hyper ventilating in the back! I hate that type of thing! Watching Top Gear (BBC car enthusiast program) and ice Truck driver specials before we left the UK has not helped my paranoia! Seriously look up the ...
... was plausible and muggings happen all the time). I read that Koala Den was decent from my Rough Guides so we decided to check that out first since it was a regular backpacker hang out. When we got there we found that there was no room however if we walk down the street into a dodgy ally you will find the extension of the hostel ha. So yeah the accommodation was very basic but the breakfast was really good! There were also lots of Frenchies staying at the hostel volunteering with ...
... consisted of a dinosaur, palm tree, frog, bowler hat and our own bodies. Lunch was served by the cactus islands, which is this random island covered in massive cacti it was pretty cool. Here we had to pay an entrance fee to the park in order to walk around the island. The other amazing thing I did was do a sky ride. I was the only one left with some bolivianos since I wasn't going to Chile. So they dress me up in a jump suit, put all this protective padding on me including a helmet ...
... for my friend to get off work. All the while taking photos of el cristo (to see in photos included here).
Oh yes and my last adventure was to La Rinconada to see...Las Reina Victoria..de the Amazon where the largest lilypad was recorded! Unfotunately August is the best time to go there were few there when we went but they were building a new comemorative monument with a replica of the largest pad....3.20 meters in Diameter! ...
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