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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arenal Santa Cruz
Stayed here as part of a tour and it's a nice hotel. It's a little dated but that's Bolivar for you. There are some rooms that are better than others. Our friends got room 701 and it's really nice. The breakfast was average but the wifi has been really good. Location is a couple of blocks away from the main square so it's quite convenient. Would recommend staying here.
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... we went to see the
doctor at the little clinic on Calvo, to have the “oedema” in my elbow pumped
once more. The little lady doctor was trembling as a leaf for fear to hurt me
and asked me at least half a dozen times if I really didn’t need anaesthesia…
but I didn’t and she didn’t hurt me at all.
Just for the record, I had the same procedure done in Nerja,
where I paid 110€ and here, though I had to go myself to ...
... in Santa Cruz, and the best fruit salad I've ever had, I said goodbye to the group and the Swedish guy and I left to get a plane to Sucre. What felt like weeks after leaving the Pantanal, and in severe need of a clean pair of pants, we arrived at our hostel. I've seen some amazing places already as part of this trip. But I've quickly learned that the experience is just as much about the sparkly people you meet along the way - and the adventures you have getting from A to ...
... 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 ...
... Cristiano Ronaldo got his ass kicked and did not explore any of Santa Cruz that day. Nevertheless, Santa Cruz is just another big city anyway, with nothing really to see in the city centre. Funnily though, there is a high population (roughly 60.000, entire Bolivia only has a population of about 10 million people) of Amish-kind people; named “Mennonites”. These Mennonites are a Christian group based ...
... our hostel and had a quick nap due to the previous night's lack of sleep. I awoke to the sound of hardstyle (electronic music) being blasted out of the speakers in the garden by a group of Israeli's, we jumped out of bed and followed the music outside to get our night started, it was certainly interesting. We made our way around several clubs on the Tuesday night looking for the alleged chica's that our guide in Potosi had spoken so highly of, sadly all we could find were men that ...