Hostal Ambar Backpackers

Address: Mercado # 554, entre av. Canoto e Isoso, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Mercado # 554, entre av. Canoto e Isoso, Santa Cruz.
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    Bolivian jungle & dinosaurs (Rurrenebaque - Toroto

    A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Apr 05, 2015

    ... Our next atop was Cochabamab. Cocha' is a big city with little to offer except a cable car up to the second tallest 'Christ' statue in SA.  We quickly jumped on another bus out of there to a quaint town called Torotoro - the gateway to the national park of the same name and custodian to many dinosaur footprints from 3.5m years ago. To get there you can either take a minivan (when full) for 4 hrs or a bus at 6am for 6hrs. We opted for the minivan there and bus return. Both were ...

    None plans

    A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 04, 2014

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    passed the noon, plan to go to the mall. Took the bus linea 105, paid 2Bs. it was crowd passengers inside of the bus. There is no available seat so, I stood up and couldn't seen the window as I'm tall for the small size of bus. The windows is very low. Eventually my head not straight up. Head stayed 45 degree angle all the way. As trying to concentrate where is the mall I should not miss what is the big building to step off the bus. The bus goes ...

    Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

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    ... you in the know, the first little devil was named after someone not well respected in our family these days. That gave me a few good private laughs. The other one was named Paul. I found out that morning their names were actually Simone (devil #1) and Manuela (devil #2). And apparently Santa Cruz for me was a crazy story about a couple of toucans. We tried to do some more shopping but we just weren't finding what we were searching for. Everywhere was just the same cheap ****. We did ...

    Tou-can do it!

    A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... jobs (the real world is quickly looming down on us!), but we did visit the main square, which is really nice and has a unusual catherdral made from brick which I pretty much fell in love
    with. I managed to pry myself away from the hammock in order to climb the bell tower; it was a pretty view, but also full of canoodling teenage couples. We also went out for
    a delicious dinner, which was a relief because the waitress spoke no English ...

    Santa Cruz Splurge

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Aug 05, 2014

    ... the tickets and popcorn and coke. You can't even buy popcorn for that much in Australia. To put that into perspective, at the start of this trip before we'd learnt our travel-money lessons, we were spending $35 per day.

    So with the splurge out of my system and my guilt resolved, I set my sites on getting out of that nice enough but overly expensive city and out to our next volunteering stint. Spoiler for the next blog: we volunteered on an organic farm run by an ex-rock ...