Residencial El Rosario

Ingavi 777, Tarija, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Tarija

Tarija - Bolivian wine tasting

A travel blog entry by monkeybusiness

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From cowboy country we headed to Tarija (wine country). Unfortunately our journey didnt get off to the greatest of starts when Steph continued to have food poisoning on an 8 hour bus which didnt have a toilet onboard and only stopped once for loads of old women to squat in the woods! Tarija is a tiny town close to the boarder of Argentina which is …

Sun, wine and beautiful women

A travel blog entry by luxguy

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What is the Champagne region for France is Tarija for Bolivia. Surrounded by mid-range mountains, and nestled underneath pleasant southern sun, Tarija is blessed with mild climate and a laid back atmosphere. Those might be the reasons why the city feel so much different from the rest of Bolivia: colonial buildings abound, beautiful palm-lined parks …

Tarija

A travel blog entry by kathshier

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On our first morning on the way to the main square in Tarija we spotted a women selling what look like fried mashed potato balls. We asked her what was in them and she told us that one was rice with meat and the other potato with meat. I couldn't resist trying one and had a potato one which was essentially a deep fried ball of shepherds pie! It was …

Tarija, Bolivia 31st Jan - 3rd Feb

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

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... slide. Most of the journey was a road that has been carved in to a cliffside with no metal bearings to keep the cliffside up. So when the rain comes, the landslides are a common thing to happen. The men on the bus all set to work digging up the mud and chucking it off the edge of the cliff...they were prepared with shovels...crazy!! The bus then pushed its way past the remaining mud & rock and we all jumped back on ...

Bolivia, Part 1

A travel blog entry by rhea_

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... in and for the last week there had been the kind of torrential rain that only a jungle can achieve, which was not going to be great for our tour! However, when making enquiries with the tour companies, they said there was going to be a 4 or 5 day break in the weather and that if we wanted to do it, we should go sooner rather than later! With that in mind, we booked for the following day.
We headed out in a taxi which would take us to the river which would be our route ...

 

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