Hotel Bibosi

Address: Calle Junin 218, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Junin 218, Santa Cruz.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Bolivian jungle & dinosaurs (Rurrenebaque - Toroto

A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Apr 05, 2015

... and the road was surprisingly good. We did a lovely hike to see some fossilized prints and through the Vergel canyon to swim in the waterfall pools. The tortoise cemetery was a nice 3km walk but little in the way of actual tortoise relics!. After a fun three days exploring Jurassic Park  (their tourism promo is a little far fetched), we returned to Cocha' & hopped on yet another overnight bus to Santa Cruz, from where we'll head to Samaipata - supposedly a hippy gringo town ...

None plans

A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Dec 04, 2014

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... the city to the rural town to the end stop. All the passengers must go now. My mind below WTF where is the hell Mall? changed the same of number linea bus where started point to Santa Cruz. Paid 2Bs again, sat on the front of seat. I cannot miss see the mall, actually I missed it again. Forgot that, back to the downtown. Maybe wrong the number? I will find out what exactly the number of bus to meet the mall.



tomorrow, planning to take a ...

Home comforts

A travel blog entry by helen-sean on May 03, 2011

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Samaipata, a lush and temperate retreat just three hours taxi ride away. Gringo heaven with a full quota of european expats and Bolivian second home mansions. Inca ruins waterfalls and hiking.

It may be just three hours away but the road is awful as we will learn to be the norm in Bolivia. A couple of major bridges are being constructed/reconstructed and hopefully landslides won´t wipe them out too soon. ...

MIDDLE OF BLOODY NOWHERE

A travel blog entry by neveress on Jan 21, 2010

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... whatsoever and not exactly the WWOOF idea of giving and taking. Free labour for accommodation and food. When you're buying and cooking the food for yourself it's not really fair. But then again if Uschi was here I bet she would be the chef so it's kind of a rubbish situation.

Sooo....the farm turned out to be not what it seemed. The guy was obviously under massive pressure with Uschi not being there. He flew off ...

Grumble in the Jungle

A travel blog entry by phil.aldridge on Nov 10, 2008

1 comment, 6 photos

... the Machita family lives. From there we only had a 60km walk to the first stop point, unless we could get a lift. We were really hoping for a few cars going up the road but we were hopeful becuase everyone we'd asked said there would be many. We did manage to get a couple lifts, but only after over 6 hours of walking with our backpacks full of enough food for a week. We also met 2 cars going the other way who told us that they would be coming back in less ...

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