Hotel Asturias

Calle Moldes 154 - Casilla 895, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Why Did The Horse Cross The Road?

A travel blog entry by hatandtubbz


... translated for us by her partner). She was right- it is well known in Bolivia that buses can get hijacked and, not only that, we were in the middle of nowhere, had no food and had only the inadequate box toilet on the bus to accommodate 30 or so people!

The Spanish girl was informed that a rescue bus was being sent straight away.

Several more hours passed, we finished our books and sat on a wall watching a swarm of ants rushing about their ...

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... the mural. Strange the gates would be locked in the middle of the afternoon.

Near the park there’s supposed to be Museum of Ethnology and Folklore. Or least that’s what it states in my guidebook. But I looked all around the intersection across from the park where this museum is supposed to be and could not find it. I asked a man sitting outside a building. I gathered from what he told me in Spanish that the museum no longer exists – at ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... traditional clothing consisting of a knee length pleated kind of boofy skirt, blouse, cardigan, socks or thick tights teamed with granny sandals. Accessorised with an apron or blanket style shawl, pig tails plaits and a bowler hat of sorts. I don't really understand what makes you wear traditional dress or to not to as both dressers live in the same place... Physically they look the same too, so I don't know if it's a case the traditional wearers are from the ...

Back to the jungle

A travel blog entry by meggles


... turning round to me and just bitting my boots once gently and then walking off again. She was more nervous than she had been previously and was crazy when she had to return to her cage - it took an hour and she managed to tie herself into knots swinging around branches and trees! I went back down to help in quarantine. The tigre volunteer then announced she didnt think she'd be well enough to walk tigre again before she left so I took over her until a new volunteer arrived. I ...

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

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

... one could understand but luckily this English couple there had a translator so we got to understand what was happening by just listening to her. From there we also got to see the mirador (view) of the city. That evening we got a 3hour bus to Potosi which is the highest city in Bolivia. The bus smelt very coca leaved which I thought at first smelt of BO so I was gagging every time I got a whiff. I tried some myself during the mine tour but I can't stand the taste so keep gagging and ...


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