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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s roll from one point of view for 24 hrs.
I 'm using my eyes and my mind to make a 24/7, 365 days a year, continuous impression of this amazing panorama that was offered to me by Bolivia, by Sucre, by the 'case pueblo' and by my host & friend Ryan. What a film that would make? Boring to most, probably. Enlightening to the ...
I wasn't going to write a post about Santa Cruz, as we were only going to spend one night there, but then we got to our hostel and met their two pet toucans, and
it would be a massive shame if they didn't get an inclusion somewhere in our blog!
What we did
Mostly I lazed about in a hammock reading and watching the fascninating and beautiful toucans, whilst Megan sat in an internet cafe and applied for some ...
... Sunny (the Canadian) started the (apparently 3 hour) hike to the north in the morning but the first half an hour was almost vertically uphill and Sunny called it a day after about 15 minutes of panting his way up! So I ploughed on alone and struggled a bit with the altitude and climbing but more so with dogs and directions! To clear that up a bit more for you I firstly got chased by a pack of dogs which was a slightly terrifying experience and then got lost on ...
... empty. Regardless we picked up a couple of drinks and sat outside laughing about how terrible the night had been, one good thing that had come of the evening is that at this point we crowned Matthias with his nickname - "Schnitzel". Just as we were about to call it a night, or morning rather, out of nowhere a horde of party people started flooding into the bar, it seems that the barman wasn't lying and that everybody came here when everywhere else was shut. Without saying a word ...
... spoke no English) typed "126" on my calculator. I was especially relieved when I asked if that amount is bolivianos (6.91 Bs to the dollar) and she responded, “Si.” Whew – I’m so glad it wasn’t dollars! I paid the excess baggage weight in cash – only the equivalent of $18.23!! You couldn’t even check one bag domestically with most U.S. airlines for that low cost, even if the suitcase contained nothing!
Since I ...