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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Excellent stay, thanks to Marcello and the staff.
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Following the Salar de Uyuni tour, we were dropped off in the town of Uyuni. Not much to speak of and I would have left earlier had the first bus out not been for eight hours. No worries, I found a restaurant with wifi and posted up for a while... a long while. After an hour or so, the other people from the tour randomly came in searching for wifi that actually worked. We caught up a bit and then re-taught ourselves how to play spades. It was uneventful but ...
... have provided meals, camping equipment, guide and transports plus return to La Paz all included which it's nice offered. Not included is entrance fee 30Bs and sleeping. Unsure how much per night for on the ground camp.
5PM, back to the hotel, no interest connection or wifi! :( was watching the small TV on high wall. Not much what am I thinking do to do at the moment? Nothing...
6PM, went out and walked around the streets, have a wifi in the ...
... to understand. She began making phone calls, shaking her head in dismay. My heart sank. Just as I was about to walk back to the taxi another lady came running toward me from a kiosk across the way. "Where is your taxi? Follow me."
She explained everything as we both ran through the terminal to the taxi rank outside. "You have missed your bus", my eye twitched a little and I fought back my pride. "Yes, I know" I said. She continued, a little more breathlessly, ...
... built effectively called 'new road'. Deathroad isn't an official name although it's how everyone knows it; it used to be called Yungas road but now the official name is old road. I was really nervous about riding down deathroad (I don't know why with a name like that!). I wanted to go with the fancy expensive company that my guidebook recommended; the company Patrick and Lydia went with called Gravity. But the rest of our group didn't feel it was necessary to pay so much more and ...
Today's the day I've been looking forward to for at least a month. A downhill mountain bike ride from the top of the Andean Continental Divide down the east side into the jungle.
I met my group around the corner from my hotel at an Italian cafe. The group was a handful of Germans, a handful of Brits, an Irish/Thai couple, and a Brazilian guy that I ended up hanging out with much of the time. We rode for about 45 minutes out of ...