Hotel Canciller

Ayacucho 220, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Through Hell to a Holy Place

A travel blog entry by somewaygone

15

... with what came across as a tremendously ineffecient, people heavy and bureaucratic process that could be a whole lot easier and effective.

We stopped for lunch around 1pm which looked remarkably similar to dinner the previous night. Thinking we only have around 3 hours to go, I ask one of the shopkeepers how long to Santa Cruz. With a knowing smile and a chuckle in their voice they said: "8 hours if your lucky" Great.

Eight, in turns out though, ...

Back to the jungle

A travel blog entry by meggles

9

... me to be in quarantine with the monkeys for 4 days and then cover tigre until a new volunteer turned up - perfect a mix of both monkeys and tigre. Tobi immeadiately started planning what we were going to cook for each night I was there and Francesca started telling me about the 'boys night' we were going to have on saturday.

It was weird being back - great to see everyone and the monkeys but I also missed all the other volunteers who'd been there before :(

Next day ...

Day 18: The Ride on the Clown Bus

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

3
3

... beat up. John was right when he said that the quality of our buses just seemed to head down hill from the Oltursa bus to Cusco (which was the best). I would be scared to get on another bus after this one if it followed the trend of getting worse...

Despite the bus being a total dump, we still left almost on time and had a pretty uneventful 3 or 4 hours. Then the driver switched with another man and things went down hill. The new man must ...

Santa Cruz

A travel blog entry by kat_mc

3

... lunch in a new country. But almost everything else was shut- siesta/weekend/who knows, and after my breakfast experience I wanted something easy. Oh yeah, the breakfast story. Well after the lead up its going to sound lame- so lower your expectations then read on :p As you can imagine after airplane food for dinner and sleeping for nearly 11 hours I was a "bit" hungry. Thirsty too cos I'd drunk the water that I'd acquired from one of the generic water fountains in ...

Santa Cruz and Samaipata

A travel blog entry by candcthai

1
14

... have claimed it is a landing ramp for ancient spacecraft! We spend a couple of hours at the site and have it more or less to ourselves. Some beautiful scenery around and the ruins are very well looked after but I am not sure it is worth the trip to get here?We spend a couple of hours at the site and have it more or less to ourselves. Some beautiful scenery around and the ruins are very well looked after but I am not sure it is worth the trip to get here. We stop for a drink in ...

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