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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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

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... expensive and not worth the money. In the end we went for ridiculously expensive and not worth the money because I absolutely refused to stay in a place that had me sleeping on a concrete block on top of a camp bed frame (and I'm a trekker, I've slept in ****** and uncomfortable places), even if it only cost 60 BOV. Instead we went with a place that cost 200 BOV for a couple of small and uncomfortable beds that came with two toucan birds with bad attitudes and vindictive spirits. ...

Arrival day In SUCRE, discovering CONDOR, etc

A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 13, 2014

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... few tourists that morning there was a very mixed crowd, among which a group of Menonites that had skipped at least a few centuries of evolution and had walked straight out of a cheap American movie… They were the rudest bunch I ever saw, and I had to refrain from not interfering. They towered high over the small Bolivians and just shoved them aside, not respecting the cue or anything… but understandable when you are Gods favorite (or only?) children, I suppose. ...

Tou-can do it!

A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Aug 08, 2014

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... br> (although I'm pretty sure most of the pics are of Manuella as she was much more gregarious than Sulky Simon), and ignore the potential ethical issues with clipping the wings of wild birds and keeping them as pets - Manuella, at least, seemed very happy with her lot in life.

What we learnt

We want pet toucans

I like big brick buildings - must be all the lego I played with as a child

Next stop

Rio de ...

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jul 02, 2014

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... see a European looking guy or gal, they're probably a tourist too. In a way that's unhelpful because it's us that targeted by street sellers and 'helpful' tourist agencies, but in a way that's really cool, because we know we're seeing real Bolivia and not Europe-influenced Bolivia. In Santa Cruz itself there isn't a huge amount to do, so we just enjoyed being here and soaked up the atmosphere in the streets. Our new Brazilian friends took ...

Copacabana but not the beach...yet

A travel blog entry by p.albin on Jun 07, 2014

... to buy gifts for the miners including coca leaves (chewed by locals for generations- amongst its uses used to repress hunger whilst in the mines), drinks and sticks of dynamite! I left the dynamite alone but bought some coca leaves and drinks for the miners.

The next few hours was fascinating (if a little sore on the back) as we crouched and climbed our way through the mines learning about the history of the mines, traditions of the miners and ...

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