Hotel San Javier

s/n, Tarija, 46644764, Bolivia | Hotel
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Tarija, Bolivia 31st Jan - 3rd Feb

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

This is a top pick!

... although it didn't really taste that nice.

We had a lovely lunch included in one of the vineyards in a beautiful setting, very tasty. They had a BBQ area with about 5 pigs roasting on it. The wine tasting at this winery was a bit strange though, everyone stood in a line, the man filled up a glass with wine and we passed the same cup along to the end of the line, each taking a sip - strange - although we ...

The home of 'fine' Bolivian wine...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... Street with an all-you-can-eat sizzling Argentine barbecue..delicious! Meat-fueled, we found our way 15km north of Tarija to San Lorenzo, a quaint colonial village with cobbled streets and carved balconies.

We awoke the next day with a rejuvenated thirst for more wine but first visited the nearby two-tiered Coimata Falls, a very peaceful setting. We had a few hours to kill before the night bus so took a taxi directly to ...

The simple things in life.

A travel blog entry by philipanderson


... street is an opportunity I can not pass up. I pay less than 40p and watch as she seamlessly peels 6 or 7 oranges in the space of a minute, squeezes them and pours me a a glass! What is more, whilst I quickly down the freshest, tastiest of orange juice with the utmost pleasure, she waits eager to fill my glass up for a free top up. My kind of lady! Made my day. :)

Following this, it became almost ritual ...

Standing in front of a moving bus!

A travel blog entry by philipanderson


... in Sucre, they lock you out. Brilliant. So the bus is trying to leave, we´ve paid for a ticket and they´re not prepared to wait any longer as they think we´re just being those ´stupid tourists.

So, everyone is screaming at everyone, nothing is getting done, and the other passengers gaze out of the windows in frustration. Seeing a door open at the other end of the terminal, I sprint. Bear in mind at this point, I´m battling with stomach cramps and feeling under ...


A travel blog entry by benandhelen


... We had countless freshly-prepared fruit juices (papaya, pineapple, peach etc.) and saltenas (like empanadas, but with spicier fillings and more sauce, most of which you spill all over your hands!). We also had the best meal of the trip so far. We went to a slightly more expensive restaurant (by Bolivian standards) and had the BEST STEAK EVER! It was huge, cooked so rare that it was practically still alive, but it was absolutely delicious. There was also the ...


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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent