Hotel Canciller

Address: Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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    Santa Cruz - last days in South America

    A travel blog entry by davidschntorbs on Aug 18, 2015

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    ... an amazing time!!! First of all we met so many friendly people with whom we shared uncountable beautiful experiences. Most importantly our friends from Ecuador have to be mentioned, especially Ceci and Pame who showed us around their country and accommodated us. But also the fellow travellers we met on our different stations and tracks were extremely friendly, as well as most people we randomly met to ask for the way or for advice, or the ...

    Carnival in Santa Cruz- uno

    A travel blog entry by sa2013 on Feb 14, 2015

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    ... blue....
    The next two days are spent visiting local markets and touring the outskirts of Santa Cruz with its own 300'000 inhabitants who have gathered here because they are better off than where they came from. It's mostly a slum - barrios area where hopes of something better keep them going. After a tour we would end up at the Rotary "frat" lodge for BBQ lunch with numerous animals sacrificed on the grill including grilled beef blood ...

    Welcome to Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Nov 29, 2014

    ... already arranged a transport for me from there to here. It's worth $US50. I decided process with it. Easier for me to save my stress to look for the trouble transportation in the first of day in Bolivia. Only three hours the distance.

    other opinion have the transport the collectvo or local bus worth $B30 ($US5) time? Maybe 5 to 7 hours depends how it'll taking the frequent stops. But I ll use this one to return to Santa Cruz after three nights here.


    Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

    51 photos

    ... or just standing around sweaty. It is hard work and the life expectancy of these men is much shorter than the average Bolivian. They continue to do the work though because the pay is significantly higher than the average pay doing any other job. But people die all the time of respiratory related illness directly connected to working in the mines. None of the miners were wearing masks of any kind. I guess I can understand why. It's not comfortable to have anything on your face ...

    The jury is still out whether I'll be a "trekker"

    A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 19, 2014

    38 photos

    First trek in Sucre, with our (a little bit hung-over) guide Edward (in the yellow Condor shirt on the photos) and 3 young ladies (Manouk, the taller, blond one & Selma, with the funny hat and the moquito-bites, from Holland and Hannah from US)…
    We took the bus from the Mercado Central to the Dinosaur-museum, watched a BBC-animation while waiting for the English-speaking guide, Juan. The museum consists mainly of replicas and a ...

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