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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      Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

      Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

      51 photos

      ... like little children, they got bored of this game. But not before the first little devil chewed the jewel off my flipflops and swallowed it. Have fun ******** that out later *****! All swearing and irrational fear aside... (Seriously I survived death road and the Potosi mine, I was being ridiculous!) I took plenty of photos of the two birds. I can't say I ever liked them much; they always made me feel uncomfortable and uncertain. But once you get over their creepy stares and ...

      Arrival day In SUCRE, discovering CONDOR, etc

      A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 13, 2014

      9 photos

      ... I had to refrain again from interfering/helping (I'm getting good at this!) and it kept me busy.

      And indeed 45min later my luggage (and Mario's bags) were unloaded from the Cochabamba flight. This means my luggage has traveled more through Bolivia than me...

      We loaded my suitcases and backpack in a taxi, to take a 20 minute ride into town, again with 20 minutes of questions and stories from the taxi-driver from Potosi. This seems one aspect of Bolivian ...

      Goodbye Americas

      A travel blog entry by weebles on May 18, 2014

      To lands where you can fall down a gringo trap (hole in the pavement) without any notice, where you can be sold and preached to about anything on a bus ( from hair bands to indigestion tablets) where veggie food means taking the meat out, dogs and cows roam free on the road and chickens are a standard household pet. Where traditional ...

      Amazonian Antics

      A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 16, 2014

      8 comments, 60 photos

      ... kilometres downstream from the boat, buoyed up with lifejackets and inner tyre tubes. At night, on the same river, we take the small boat to go hunting for cayman. Shining torches along the river bank we look for the glow of the cayman eyes reflecting in the torchlight. Rejecting the first few as too large to handle, Michael, the boatman, eventually spots one he deems suitable for catching. Putting in to the river bank, he reaches into the water, skilfully grabbing the ...

      Through Hell to a Holy Place

      A travel blog entry by somewaygone on Nov 28, 2013

      15 photos

      ... 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. Im quickly regretting ...