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Day Thirty Seven - Saturday 13th October 2012
After a restful, and fairly uneventful few days in Asuncion we left the Hostal Arandu just after breakfast to head for Silvio Petirossi Airport, on the edge of the city. We passed through the smart eastern suburbs and, just before reaching the airport, we saw the CONMEBOL offices - the …
Hello, So our first stop in Bolivia was Santa Cruz. Getting there was quite a journey, starting with a 6 hour bus from Campo Grande to Corumba and two very crowded local buses to the border. They were pretty tricky to catch but we had the assistance of an eccentric greek he told us " to catch the yellow bus downtown, which is sometimes grey". Great …
The day Lora left us was coincidentally the same day that Sarah had to start exam marking, which was pretty good timing. This meant that for the next three weeks, for a few hours a day at least, she'd need a good, reliable internet connection. We hadn’t realised though that Bolivia has famously bad internet coverage. Our hope had been to find …
Success feels so good. Like I've said in a few of the past blog updates, Jacqui and I needed to reset our Brasilian visas. We're only allowed to be here for 90 days at a time on the visas we currently have. And we were getting up to the 87 day mark and still need to be here for another 2 weeks. Flying from Campo Grande, Brasil to Santa Cruz de l...Santa Cruz, Bolivia big_red_truck
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TravelPod Member ReviewsResidencial Bolivar Santa Cruz
I stay in this hostel every time I come to Santa Cruz, and it's always a nice oasis in the centre of the city. The staff are friendly and helpful, beds and showers are good, and there is a lovely courtyard in which to relax with the resident toucans!
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