Hotel Canciller

Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Amazonian Antics

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... cayman by the neck. Liam and Michael pose for photos while I stay safely behind the camera at the other end of the boat!

On our last morning we visited a loma, a man-made pyramid dating back many centuries to the time when the Moxos inhabitants of this area, constructed these defences for times of flooding. They built houses, cultivated crops, planted fruit trees and raised animals on the terraces of the pyramids. Wiped out by the conquistadors, many ceramic ...

Flying LPB-VVI

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... only sodas offered on this little Bolivian air carrier! The pilot announces a current temperature of 24 C (75 F) in Santa Cruz (forecast is for about 90 today as I recall).

The clouds begin to break at 7:57 as we descended toward VVI. I didn’t have much of a view of the city, however, because the airport is located a good distance north of Santa Cruz. We landed at 8:07 and arrived five minutes early at 8:10. I noticed several junked planes parked around ...

Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper


... enjoying the stall food around by buying their version of a pasty called a saltena and various other baked goods. I managed to get a little packet of food on the bus which had an egg, dried pulled pork, white corn and a whole potato, plus spicy salsa! All for 90pence if that! Creature watch: This section may fall to the way side for a bit as we go through the cities. We are doing a Tour in the next few days where I hope to see more, in particular flamingos. So for Bolivia so far, Fleas ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka


... Diablo) which was recommended since we were going to visit the mine in Potosi. Hmm that put things into perspective but will go into more detail later and then someone put on Red Dawn which was ridiculous. But it was the first time that I've watched tv/films while travelling, something I've been avoiding. We did visit the Francisco monastery which had lots of pretty flowers and lemon trees. But it was very plain compared to other monasteries I have seen in South America. The tour was ...

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

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

... then me with kids and another one along the way, which I suggested they should call Sabrina if its a girl. From Uyuni I got the bus to Sucre, luckily! I sat next to a cute toothless andean woman, i dont think i can call them incas but they dress traditionally who smelt of coca leaves... The bus stops on the way to Potosi first at 2am and then the driver tells us that we're not going to Sucre because economically its not worth taking so little people so we will have to wait until ...


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