HI Hostel Versalles

Address: Av Ayacucho, Cochabamba, S-0714, Bolivia | Hostel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHI Hostel Versalles Cochabamba

Reviewed by bertilemmes

Satisfied but not blown away...

Reviewed Nov 29, 2014
by (1 review) Sucre Department , Bolivia Flag of Bolivia

The hostel is nice, clean, well-located and the staff is helpful and charming. Certainly to be recommended in its price-range!

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TripAdvisor Reviews HI Hostel Versalles Cochabamba

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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

Cochabamba - In The Beginning!

A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Oct 10, 2015

12 photos

... on your own, taking the different array of transport available in the city, that you really start to get to know your way around. For instance their are trufis (like minibuses), micros (like large buses), taxi trufis (hop on-hop off taxis) and taxis as well. My trufi took me direct to my Spanish lessons at the volunteer house and then another micro direct to my work. I was pretty lucky! (https://www.bolivianlife.com/transport ation-in-bolivia/). Spanish We Are Go! In the ...


A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica on Oct 08, 2015

1 comment, 23 photos

... they were extraordinarily welcoming, albeit somewhat reserved and shy.

Humanitarian Projects during the week of Tues 9/29 - Thur 10/8:

Most group members were woken up each day at the crack of dawn by the crowing of roosters and mooing of cows. We helped our host families with various chores including feeding cattle, baking empenadas, and milking cows.

At 8am, we walked through verdant pastures to Unidad Educativa Cohachaca Chico, a ...

On Meditation and Mindfulness

A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Sep 22, 2015

A few days ago, I completed a ten-day silent Vipassana meditation course. Vipassana is a technique of meditation that was used by the Buddha 2500 years ago, but over the centuries was lost everywhere but Burma. When S. N. Goenka, an Indian businessman, discovered this technique in Burma 60 years ago, it changed his life, and since then he has taught it all over the world. There are now centers in nearly every country, and I attended my ten-day course in Bolivia. It was one of the ...

Left Tarija

A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 17, 2014

... tomorrow know where is next and taken photos. I hope tomorrow my head is all right. I didn't take a pill, rather to wait for next city is which high altitude. Back to hotel and glanced across the street is open the pub. Want to eat something, it looks good I got what I have...I forgot what name of....beef, hot dogs and french fries mixed hamburger bun. Huge on plate. I couldn't eaten it all. The cost was 27Bs with sprite soda. Cheap local pub. I might have come back tomorrow ...

DEATH ROAD! And La Senda Verde

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Oct 24, 2014

12 photos

... the side of the road where so many people have died on this road in the past. They built a new paved road for trucks to use, so this road is not used nearly as much anymore. Now it is mostly just these bike tours and the support vans that follow.

Our group of six stopped quite a few times not they way down, which covered about 30 miles. It was incredible how much the climate changed from the 4,700m at the top, to the 1,100 meters we finished ...

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