Hotel Asturias

Calle Moldes 154 - Casilla 895, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... the frontier town of Trinidad, dipped below the clouds to reveal a watery landscape, in which trees appeared like low-growing shrubs, their trunks completely submerged beneath the surface of the flood water. With 90% humidity in Amazonia, the air hit us like a wet blanket as we crossed the tarmac to the small air terminal.

Our earlier attempts to leave Cochabamba in the Disco had ended miserably. Rescued once again from the roadside following another mechanical ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... 39. I had the same driver whom the hotel arranged to meet me at the airport on my way in a few days ago. Had a 21-minute ride to the airport through fog before sunrise. We passed an electronic sign that displayed a temperature of 6 C (43 F). The driver provided excellent service. Instead of dropping me off on the curb, he parked the car and wheeled my two suitcases into the terminal and right up to the Amaszonas check-in counter!

I was anxious about the weight ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... The tv on in the diner started showing a documentary about the Mennonites and Adam and I started to feel awkward. This could go very badly, but they didn't seem to bother with it much, though none of the many diners cracked a smile the entire time. Apparently they speak low German or Russian and Spanish is their 2nd language and come from the communities in Canada and Mexico. I presume their heritage is German based on their looks. I have included some pictures ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka


... was all very convenient. Once we checked in and showered we went and explored Sucre. Now Sucre is pretty, all the buildings are white, neon signs have been banned and the city looks clean. But apart from learning Spanish there wasn't that much to do and it felt like an old people town compared to La Paz. So we wandered around the markets getting a few props for the salt flat pictures and chilled in a park, but we couldn't visit any museums that day because it was a Monday and they are ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2:extra) Posted wrong one

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

... to climb up on a few and take some pics. From there we went to this town where they extract the salt for export purposes. It looked like snow so I made a salt angel and there was a museum made out of salt that housed salt sculptures of animals such as a lama and condor. The Inca animals. From there we moved on to the salt desert where you can see these mounds of salt. This is to make it easier to pick up the salt for export. Before lunch we got to take some crazy photos with our ...


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