Hotel El Ambaibo

Av. Santa Cruz, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. Santa Cruz, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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    Travel Blogs from Rurrenabaque

    Rurrenabaque and the jungle

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 29, 2014

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    ... or anything). They put all our bags under a tarp and piled on coats, jackets and ponchos, it was freezing and we hadn't even left the dock yet, we knew this would be a cold, wet ride. 3 hours and some lovely lunch from the Paris bakery later we pulled up on the river bank soaking wet. Poor Nicky the worst out of all if us, the dumb girl at the office told her to put her poncho in her bag so she had no coat the entire cruise down river. We put our boots on and climbed out of the boat ...

    Rurrenabaque and the pampas.

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... the kids had a monkey but they were rather mean to it. Hitting it and pulling it's fur, it really attached itself to one girl who was nice to it. Poor thing, not all kids should have pets. Walking through the small town on the way to our hotel I saw a toucan flying through the main square. The main square was tiny but really nice, full of trees and flowers. We were staying at the Hotel Oriental on the other side of the park, it was an open air designed hotel with a courtyard ...

    Bolivia part 2: The Jungle

    A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Jun 04, 2014

    88 photos

    ... I had no clue why we'd stopped or what he was trying to show us. On one such occasion, we'd been walking through thick jungle for about an hour, with our guide hacking out a path with his machete, when suddenly he stopped, looked pensively towards us and whispered 'puma'. He then mumbled something incoherent, before giving me his machete and running off. For the next ten minutes or so I stood frozen like a statue, massive machete in hand, with Ruby behind me, ...

    Amazon basin jungle, Madidi park

    A travel blog entry by saralouisekelly on Jun 03, 2014

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    ... and cooking it on the fire. It was delicious! We had to eat the fish off a leaf using our fingers and trying to pick out all the bones. We helped Lazaro to carry the leaves he chopped down for the roof of our hut for the night. We slept on a hessian sheet and under a mosquito net in the hut. Ivie was scared to sleep as thought the jaguar may attack us during the ...

    The Pampas

    A travel blog entry by annahildreth on May 27, 2014

    1 comment

    ... only 40 minutes of which I slept 35! Hopping off the tiniest plane I've ever been in I made a note to stay awake on the return flight to enjoy the birds eye view over the Amazon basin.

    Rurrenabaque is the lakeside town I flew into. It's a grewelling 3 hour car ride along an endless ruler straight dirt track with humongous divots in wet mud created by the tropical rain from the days before. With only one flat tyre, a bruised head ...