Capital Plaza Hotel
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Day Thirty Nine - Monday 15th October 2012
We made the short walk from our hostel near the centre of Santa Cruz to El Trompillo airport, which hosts flights operated by several Bolivian airlines serving domestic destinations. There's quite a lot of competition on the popular domestic routes, which keeps prices affordable, and we had …
We stopped off in the town of Sucre for a couple of nights to see the longest dinosaur tracks in the world. This involved catching a bus an hour out of town to the site which is a newly developed park/centre. The tracks were discovered on the site of a concrete factory when they ...
Another lazy day reading in a hammock, but this time I stayed out of the sun!
Although I haven't looked into the details ideas are forming. Originally I wanted to head west to the towns of Santa Cruz and Samiapata but from here they are very difficult to get to along one of the worst roads in SA. The LP quoted travel time is 15-25 hours which kind of sums it up. The other option is to head north to Cochabamba then cut back down, though this adds a lot of ...
We woke up this morning and had breakfast with Lawrence and Jana. We then decided to go on a walk and see a mask museum which was small but really well presented and the best museum we've been to here. Later on in the afternoon we went to a park in Sucre that's referred to as the "Paris Park" due to the fact it has a small replica of the Eiffel Tower in the centre which you can walk up. We stopped here for an ice cream and played monopoly on ...
xox HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAX xox Currently on the shortest flight ever ... 25mins !! I didn't even realise that we were landing and continued to read my book on my iPad, only realising when we hit the ground! Hello Andes! You can tell we have climbed 26000m as there is definitely a chill in the air and my bag has been reorganised as the temperatures are only expected to get cooler! A casual stroll around the lovely town, exploring the ...