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Great place, friendly staff.
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I organize a couchsurfing there with someone called Ramiro. It is funny but he was recommended to me by Liz, a year ago, she went to his place couple of years ago. I went directly to the place that he indicated me through couchsurfing, called "La Tinkuna". It is located 30min from the city center, avenue Victor Urvitz, n'2559. This center is cultural. It is very rustic and have a very nice outside area. It is really for artists, look at the pictures. ...
... departure on the 4th.
Our party consisted of Greg and Sue (Tasmania), Jeff (Brisbane), Roger (Canada), Mark (London), Arjan (Netherlands) plus Cory and support Álvaro. A fantastic group that worked together really well!
The tour turned out to be much more than the Dakar Rally. We covered some 2,000 km, much of which was on gravel and some that was quite challenging to ride in the wet. We visited Ville Grande (Che Guevara’s ...
... Paid 148Bs, ouch!
Back to the hotel, I haven't taken the shower last two days....to be honesty I do not comfortable in that hotel shower.... I had no choice...there have no towel provided...I used my clothe wash.
Went to the Across Cafe bar to have one more beer then back to the hotel.
have to get up at 7AM and leave at 8AM to the Airport to take off the air to La Paz in the next day.
... I move closer, they object more (usually with cursing), and then I turn it off, the spell is broken, and we meander on outside. We do this every week :) Most of the boys are totally great, we exchange fist bumps, pretend to fight each other, and always love to make fun of the gringita (that would be me).
When I first started here, there was only a small ...
... are gorgeous when it is sunny and there´s a blue sky. We are always getting strange looks from the locals, but if we say Buendia first they open up and say it back and are very friendly. The other day we were walking back and a little girl yelled to her mom ¨Estan los gringos, mommy!¨ (There are the gringos). A gringo is a foreigner, someone who is usually from the U.S., and does not look at all like they are from there.
Thursday the school had a huge assembly, ...