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

    We're back in Bolivia after our jaunt through Chile. The original plan was to spend our final month volunteering with Madidi Travel at their jungle reserve (Serere). Unfortunately after we flew into Rurrenebaque it transpired we were required to spend 2 weeks in their office - not something either of us wanted to do. Fortunately we managed to score 5 days in the jungle - but only by being the chefs for the current group of tourists that were there. Lil enjoys cooking so ...

    Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

    51 photos

    ... us with it's eye. Creepy right!? We somewhat settled in and then wanted to head out to find some food and shopping. Before we left I used the bathroom and when I opened the door to leave, the damn toucan was standing outside the door and blocking my way looking at me with it's beady evil eye. I stopped in my tracks with the door just barely ajar and just as I called for Mark a man walked by and walked the toucan out of my path. I ran. I didn't realize at the time that there were two ...

    Santa Cruz Splurge

    A travel blog entry by lisasadventures on Aug 05, 2014

    ... I look at money differently and I look at life differently.

    We arrived in Sanata Cruz, the biggest and most cosmopolitan city in Bolivia, after spending a few incredible weeks in the Amazon. It was there that we had learnt our final travel-money lesson. No more tours. No matter what. Every time we talk ourselves into a tour we walk away feeling very disappointed and with much lighter wallets. After our jungle tour we ruled out Uyuni (our next planned tour) and ...

    Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 19, 2014

    10 photos

    Driving in on a night bus from Cochabamba the first thing we notice was the lack of a city and the expanse of suburbia. It was really quiet and we couldn't understand why there weren't more people around. Then we remembered it was Corpus Christi weekend. Another public holiday interrupting our holiday plans, that and the rain in the area. Apparently this is usually the dry season but every ten years they have an extended wet season and that just happens to be this year. This rules ...

    Amazonian Antics

    A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 16, 2014

    8 comments, 60 photos

    ... scoured the roadsides for even a blade of grass on which to chew. On reaching the river, we could see that the water level, which had risen by up to three metres the previous month, had receded to some degree, exposing dead and rotting vegetation on the riverbanks. Flooding is normal in Beni at this time of year, but this year over 35,000 people have had to leave their homes; more than 200,000 cattle have died (around 5% of the total stock in the country); schools ...