Hostal Reina Maria

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

Tales from transit

A travel blog entry by gaelstigant


... beginning. I didn't have the heart to tell him. A couple of hours later, we were boarding the 16-hour, overnight train from Puerto Quijarro to Santa Cruz. The train company entertained us with films - one about a runaway train, another about a group of backpackers who got abducted, and a third about terrorists on a plane. Great. On Monday morning I managed to clean my teeth at Santa Cruz train station but that's where the personal hygiene routine ended. After a trek through ...

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... the last 6 months. We had some great ice cream from a local kids restaurant, who will be closing it's doors unless they pay their taxes. Pretty funny but that's Bolivia. The night was rough going because our dorm room had a sleep talker, a sleep cryer, a coughed and a drunk couple who decided to do it under my bunk. It was a real class affaire too. He could be heard telling her 'I can't hear you, just lay there and enjoy it.' Needless to say he copped a lot of **** the next morning ...

Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... to unusual bird calls and the strange, lion-like roar of howler monkeys. The brown river takes us past deserted villages, where we see the thatched roofs of houses just poking above the surface of the water. Due to the unprecedented flooding we are unable to experience the shore trips that form part of the Flotel schedule, but we have several trips, in the small boat, along what are normally jungle trails. Here the reflection of the trees and foliage in the still by-waters make ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... bag in the seat pocket in front of me. I might need it. I never get sick when I fly, but the altitude sickness in La Paz has me all out of sorts. I feel nauseous and have a strong headache. I took a motion-sickness pill before boarding the plane. I hope I feel better when we get to the lower altitude of Santa Cruz. I feel horrible. As noted, my sleep was abysmal in La Paz.

At 7:27, we were on a heading of 100║ to the east-southeast at 432 mph and an altitude ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... and scrub a loo. On top of that the common area seems to have had fleas as Adams ankles are peppered with bites, too many to be mozzies. May I point out I am flea free :) So off to Sucre we went to a hostel that had a '9.2, wonderful' rating on, fingers crossed! Food: We dived in head first in Quijarro by ordering what everyone else ordered in the cafe. Not that the poor bloke understood, for us to be able to order anything else. Bolivians eat their ...


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