Gran Hotel Cochabamba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a small town Torotoro which is famous for its dinosaur footprints. Unbeknownst to us before we got to Bolivia, the country is covered in dinosaur footprints, with one trail being the longest in the world. The town of Torotoro was very remote and from what we had read we weren't expecting any electricity or hot water. Luckily for us, our guide book is old, so the town has secured electricity and hot water since then, but still no wifi. We spent our first afternoon there searching ...
Today we spent the day bumming around Coachabamba. We went to a large indoor market first where Kevin and I picked up some cheap sunglasses. There were shoes and cakes a plenty, but nothing tasty for breakfast. We skipped as usual and took the taxi over to the Cristo status. The gondola was out of service for two months of overhaul so we had to take yet another taxi just to the top of the ...
Had an incredible experience for the "first Friday" of the month. Based on my limited understanding of the tradition its a day for people to give thanks and give back to mother earth. I had the privilege of going with my boss Arnold and his wife Karen to one of their friend's homes for this particular event. When we arrived everyone was outside standing is a circle around a fire built in a metal bowl. Next to the fire was a ...
Tony's Song - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjeeb0n Ib4Q
There's two reasons why I wanted to visit Cochabamba. A - Because it's meant to be a top spot to learn Spanish; and B - because this is where the big drug barron has his lab in Scarface.
Glad I paid the extra £2.50 to go 'Leite' class on the overnight bus. Massive, wide reclining seats so no risk of rubbing elbows with the locals and they even showed a movie in Spanish with ...
... been sponsoring a now-12-year-old girl named Beiba for years, practicing my spanish through letters with her. We figured that while in Bolivia we might as well stop by to visit her and see World Vision at work. We were just expecting to meet Beiba and to talk to the local employees about the programs and their effectiveness. So when we arrived in Colomi to a room full of staff and kids, Beiba's entire family (parents, brother, and sister), and ...