Hotel Felimar

Calle Ayacucho, 445, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
 

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Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by david_irina

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... 1074;ыгля 76;ит относ 80;тельн& #1086; совре 84;енным, мы встре 95;аем много местн 99;х ...

Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof

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... with the most delicious, thirst-quenching, sweet flesh imaginable. Nico, our captain showed us urucu fruit, the seeds of which are crushed to make an essential ingredient for lipstick.

Carmen, the Flotel’s creative cook spoiled us thoroughly each day with an amazing array of wonderful dishes. We sampled tender chunks of fried surubi fish, boiled manioc, beans and delicious salads, ceviche, water melon, papaya, fresh pineapple and oranges, almondrote ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

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... with six lanes nicely marked with white paint!

The highway widened to eight lanes as we passed under the fourth ring road. We made a left turn onto the third ring road and then a right onto Avenida Beri, passing the second ring road at 8:56 and the first ring road (gateway into the city center) at 8:59. Four minutes later, we pulled up to my hotel for the day, Residencial Ikandire. The taxi ride from the airport took 28 minutes and cost a super reasonable Bs. 60 ...

Through Hell to a Holy Place

A travel blog entry by somewaygone

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... taking Coto and the boys out for a farewell Dinner. We had burgers and Fajitas washed down with Pepsi. This kind of "Meal out" is becoming increasingly common in Asuncion. Not just your traditional asados!

The following day, Coto dropped me off at the terminal. He remains a dear friend of our family and im eternally grateful for the hospitality, friendship and guidance he has offered me here in Paraguay. It was emotional to say goodbye but I knew I would be seeing him ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

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... and spitting it out. Also I don't fancy having a puffed out cheek or green bits in my teeth. But it is suppose to help with altitude and fatigue. I decided to keep my headaches. In Potosi it was all a bit chaotic when we arrived. They didn't even drop us off at the terminal, it was on some random street. Then people were rushing to sell us rooms in their hostels. (This is the story I used at the police station to report my phone stolen since I didn't have any time in La Paz, so clearly ...

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