Hostal Reina Maria

Address: c/ Monseñor Salvatierra 466, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on c/ MonseƱor Salvatierra 466, Santa Cruz.
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Santa Cruz - last days in South America

A travel blog entry by davidschntorbs on Aug 18, 2015

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... an amazing time!!! First of all we met so many friendly people with whom we shared uncountable beautiful experiences. Most importantly our friends from Ecuador have to be mentioned, especially Ceci and Pame who showed us around their country and accommodated us. But also the fellow travellers we met on our different stations and tracks were extremely friendly, as well as most people we randomly met to ask for the way or for advice, or the ...

Oh Santa Cruz, no you're not that far....

A travel blog entry by kayna on Mar 17, 2015

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... place we'd spotted the day before. To get there we took a dodgy taxi, with a smashed window and a smoking driver! The veggie place was a strange mix of religion and health food shop. We ordered a hamburguesa and chorillana, not knowing what the latter was. It was a tofu dish with loads of rice, chips and salad, with fried onions and topped with an egg. We ate well.

In the evening we went back to the Plaza, and went to a pizzeria for drinks. ...

Carnival in Santa Cruz- uno

A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Feb 14, 2015

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... blue....
The next two days are spent visiting local markets and touring the outskirts of Santa Cruz with its own 300'000 inhabitants who have gathered here because they are better off than where they came from. It's mostly a slum - barrios area where hopes of something better keep them going. After a tour we would end up at the Rotary "frat" lodge for BBQ lunch with numerous animals sacrificed on the grill including grilled beef blood ...

Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

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... environment even if it's for your safety (Just ask Mark, he kept taking off his hard hat and getting in trouble). I didn't realize until the next day how hard I had to work during the tour, when I woke up with very sore muscles. So sore I could hardly walk and raise my arms. Even the death road bike didn't hurt me. Even the inca trail didn't hurt me! But the mine in Potosi hurt me. And not just my muscles. As interesting as being inside a mine can be (it's relatively interesting!) ...

The jury is still out whether I'll be a "trekker"

A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 19, 2014

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... of Sucre, where they are building a lot of (small) industrial buildings, garages, buildings that can hardly be defined now except I suppose (or hope) by the people that are building them. But they are situated on the top of a gigantic waste dump, because everybody throws everything away just anywhere… Not really good!
Then the real hike started. Beautiful vistas, but some of these paths are more for mountain goats, than ...

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