Hotel Bibosi

Calle Junin 218, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

The Dizzy Highs and Lows of Bolivia: Pt 2

A travel blog entry by kathystravels

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Potosí, Sucre and Santa Cruz - 2nd - 7th September

Woke up to a light dusting of snow in Uyuni for our freezing cold 6 hour journey to Potosi by local bus, along a very long, winding and icy road that I think (judging by the dozens of JCBs and lorries we passed coming the other way) they were actually laying as we went along it. I kept …

Hurtigvisitt i Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by ellece

5

Vi kom til santa cruz senere enn planlagt på kvelden, der stod vi å ventet på at noen skulle hente oss.. Etter noen timer ble vi hentet av en pastorinne i en luthersk kirke, hun kunne fortelle at hun holdt på å bli frisk av svineinfluensa.... så, vi er ekstra nøye med hygienen og prøver å ikke være altfor engstelige..
Vi besøkte et slags " …

My First Few Days in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by aky1849

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So I write my first entry on my third day of my first experience in a third world country. Personally I wasn't really prepared for all the poverty here. Though it's nothing like the horrific scenes you see in Africa on TV, its still disquieting. The city itself is really dirty. Many migrants from western Bolivia sell random stuff on the street …

Short Stop with Santa!

A travel blog entry by hezza39

Our time was short and sweet in Santa Cruz. On arrival to the bus station and on the drive to the hotel, I noticed that it was more developed and modern, had more of a commercial centre and was the first place to have some decent boutiques and shops with labels such as Diesel and some funky looking dress shops.......sob!sob! we only have 4 hours …

Potosi, Sucre y Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by bignatiev

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... bus ride and a quick change into overalls, helmets etc. we looked like authentic miners.. all we needed were pickaxes! Our first stop was the miners market where we could buy some gifts for the miners and some treats for ourselves, this included bags of Coca leaves, soft drinks, cigarettes (also made of coca leaves), a 96% bottle of alcahol.. which despite our protests we were forced to try, and finally, of course, dynamite. Yes, that's right, Potosi is the only market in the world ...

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This hotel is located on Calle Junin 218, Santa Cruz.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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