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We took a short flight over from Sucre to Santa Cruz (30 minutes). Everyone's been getting the stomach bug lately and it's still bouncing around. We went for a short walk to the square and went for lunch and then afterwards a few people went to the local market and that was pretty much the extent of the city. Santa Cruz is a very modern city and …
... 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 ...
... efforts. We had a half day to kill waiting for the bus so we took a walk around the main plaza, Nicky got her shoes shinned as we sat in the sun. We sniffed out a Brazilian BBQ joint, that did all you can eat meats and salads for lunch. We sat to watch yet another soccer game and drank a few included all you can drink caipirinhas while watching yet another soccer game. It was good food and we all left full. Vicki and I were hanging for the bus ride to La Paz so we can finally get some ...
... sight and birds constantly flit through the surrounding jungle. We spot howler, whistler and capuchin monkeys; a damp three-toed sloth which had been in the water; kingfishers, ducks and many beautifully-coloured butterflies; and several times we see pink river dolphin fishing close to the boat.
Nico tells us the names of many of the trees and plants and picks jungle fruit for us to sample, and we fish, unsuccessfully for piranha. We jump into the river and ...
... 640 feet and continuing to climb. Unfortunately we’re in the clouds still. I can’t see any of the terrain below. :-( The in-flight magazine is dated November 2013 and is all in Spanish.
We reached our cruising altitude of 33,000 feet by 7:44 and were zipping along at 522 mph. The beverage cart came through with the options of Coke, orange Fanta, Sprite, water, orange juice, and coffee. The reach of Coca-Cola is truly remarkable – its products ...
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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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