Backpackers Santa Cruz Hostel
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... only holds 30 people, & the airport in Rurrenabaque is just a 'hut' with a basic security check, & just a dirt road running to the landing strip where you board the plane. We mistimed our trip a little as it was election day for Bolivians on the Sunday we returned to La Paz, so nothing was open, including many restaurants and the bus station. We kicked our heels for the day, instead enjoying the quiet streets and eating the street food - anticucho (beef heart) & humalitas (ground ...
... I was fell sleep. LoL. I have watched the first movie and don't think watch second is Catching Fire. I am lost what were they talking about the drama in that third one.
when back to home and will rent it with the open caption.
back to my hotel and room... Rest for now....
nap... Ate a Subway half chicken pizza bread... Nothing excitied.
... respect for personal space, they do take nice photos. But I still maintain that they had it out for me. The next morning after literally just walking out of the room, the first little devil came over and bit my feet before I could even lock the door to our room. Good morning to you too. I tried to steer clear of them during breakfast but they have a way of getting in your way. At one point both of them were sitting at my table stealing leftovers from the plates. The lady at the hostel ...
... really SMELLED…not to say stank.
We took off and the very short flight was without any noticeable problem and took us to Sucre.
Landing in Sucre was almost a 3rd world experience because it's a very 'basic' landing strip, where planes can only land during the day, because no lights. In the tiny airport building it was the usual hustle and bustle at the recovery of the luggage, where the Menonites gave once more an outstanding performance of ...
I wasn't going to write a post about Santa Cruz, as we were only going to spend one night there, but then we got to our hostel and met their two pet toucans, and
it would be a massive shame if they didn't get an inclusion somewhere in our blog!
What we did
Mostly I lazed about in a hammock reading and watching the fascninating and beautiful toucans, whilst Megan sat in an internet cafe and applied for some ...