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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... followed their latest developments and speaks about a bigger organisation, organising tours etc. Further down the road we will find that Lonely Planet is quite often wrong about the sites and hotels. So you have to be very careful and use multiple sources of information. Like we do. Especially speaking to fellow travellers gives a lot of interesting information. The road to Santa Cruz is bitumen for most of the stretch but in such a bad condition ...
... Apparently a cement factory in town was digging around or blowing something up and they uncovered a vertical cliff that is home to the largest collection of dinosaur footprints in the world. The Bolivian people are entrepreneurs and they made an attraction of this and built a park. We took the dino bus to the dino park. Where there were giant dino statues and we took silly pictures and hiked down (and then back up) to stand right beside the dino footprints. Neither Mark nor I had ...
... lightbulb that dangles from the ceiling fan, the floating plug socket at eye level, and numerous other dangly or hanging disasters waiting to happen! But for all its shortcomings, I did get a complimentary Zimmer frame in the room! YES! Seriously not complaining though! The room is £13 a night, with breakfast. I've got free wifi, the shower was surprisingly really nice and I have an en suite bathroom and air con! I'm in ...
... time, we didn't have a choice. I guess.
I knew I shouldn't have been sitting in that car and I was honestly scared to death, but at this time of the night I didn't want to be alone looking for a ride.
She did a few weird moves and almost rolled over a guy passing the street and she made fun of us and thought it was funny how our faces looked so scared (does that show us she didn't even looked at the road while she almost killed ...
... and heart and hair and eyes, like Tabarly, asked me straightforward at one point:" Aren't you lonely, Berti?" And in my Jesuit-manner, I asked him, whether he was sad or melancholic sometimes? There is the answer. Yes, most of the time "being alone", solitude, is a very positive, very energetically strong feeling, but being human this ...