Hostal Reina Maria

c/ Monseñor Salvatierra 466, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Cruise through Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by jdtrip

... about 6pm (this also means it was doubly good we didn't get the other 20 hour bus from Sucre to Santa Cruz). Distressed that we hadn't psyched ourselves up for such a long journey, we panicked, jumped into a taxi to the bus terminal, hopped onto the coach and accepted our fate. Fortunately, after a surprisingly good night's sleep for public transport, Lonely Planet was completely wrong. We awoke to everyone clambering off the coach. It was 6am and we were at the border! ...

Through Hell to a Holy Place

A travel blog entry by somewaygone


... guess I can understand their coldness.

After this, 30 minute stop, I was left with the feeling that this journey wasn“t that bad so far. That was until 100 metres later, we“re asked to get off the bus again. This time we“re at, what I can only assume, will be a wonderfully equipped military checkpoint in the future. For the meantime, its a shell of a building with around 10 soldiers camping in tents. They too don“t look like happy chappies but smile and converse calmly with me. ...

Back to the jungle

A travel blog entry by meggles


... else, dragged (willingly) into quarantine to say hello to the monkeys. Amazing! All the monkeys got excited and were screaming, even the ones who didn't really acknowledge me before and suddenly I had a whole lot more new monkey friends including Martin (a really aggresive caged monkey), Natalia (hates girls), lilush (crazy). Cesar the alpha male monkey in heaven had escaped a few days before and was yet again prowling quarantine mostly not causing trouble but demanding food, api ...

Day 18: The Ride on the Clown Bus

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber


... sitting in them already...because people just sit down on buses sometimes. I am serious. The seats were turned out to be perfect for John since he could stretch out the whole way. We think that the seats were just added to the bus as an after thought. In fact, most of the bus seemed to be pieced together. None of the chair patterns actually matched, the strings that held up the "curtains" did not match, a window was broken and the outside of the bus ...

Santa Cruz and Samaipata

A travel blog entry by candcthai


... at own where not a lot happens, this is it! We spend some time wandering the town and the surrounding countryside and pleasant though it is, it does not live up to Lonely Planets enthusiastic descriptions. As we continue our walk, Carolyn gets stung by some sort of giant wasp so it is a quick trip to the pharmacy for a remedy. Usually, when we are travelling it is I that am prone to accident and disaster but this is the second time in the space of a week that she has been ...


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