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Travel Blogs from San Ignacio de Velasco
... incorrect websites and the maps!!! Even if you have the eyes of an eagle and can read them, they bear only a tenuous link with the reality on the ground! Santa Cruz is a pleasant enough city, some decent food, particularly in the Parrilladas but we have had enough so are heading up to the hippie hangout of Samaipata and the nearby ruins of El Fuerte. Samaipata is a very small town up 1600m up in the hills a 2.5 hour drive from Santa Cruz. It is popular as a weekend ...
... girl 2 seats in front of us spews. Never a great scenario, especially on a full bus. Quick reactions from Amanda on window opening duty saves me from following suit. Mum cleans up as best she can. A quick stop for dinner and we also gain 3 new passengers. No seats, no worries...its a night bus so the just lay down and sleep in the Aisles......right in my leg room which annoys me but also right in the spew which I find highly amusing!
... which is nothing great. I waited in the one line for both exit and entry to Bolivia and then on the Brazil side (2 separate lines). Luckily I was near the front because 2 days later on the way back It took forever (maybe over 2 hrs for both lines - Bolivia was the longest). In fact I would suggest just taking an international bus that crosses direct...much quicker!!!!
Any who Corumba is the city on the other side, not directly but they have a ...
... me that I promised to come back someday but, she admitted that she never thought I would. After we bid farewell and, Rosmary asked me to take baby Aaron home with me to USA, Amor and I made a promise to return.
I took one long last look at the Cochabamba airport hoping I would be back within the next 12 months. Business was good, the gospel is true and ...
... the reddish-brown mountain we could see looming over the rooftops, was discovered to be holding vast deposits of silver by the delighted Spanish, and Potosi rapidly grew to become the richest city in the Americas; there was said to be so much of the stuff that a silver bridge could be built all the way to Spain and still leave some to carry across it. But the riches came at a heavy cost of life; the utterly appalling working conditions in the mines of the 'Rich ...
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