Hotel Hacienda De Kaluyo

Address: Carretera antigua a Santa Cruz, Desvio a Tarata Km. 4, Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carretera antigua a Santa Cruz, Desvio a Tarata Km. 4, Cochabamba.
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        Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

        Cochabamba - In The Beginning!

        A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Oct 10, 2015

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        ... get frustrated with myself when I did not get something in my classes or when I found a new topic really hard! I kept telling myself it was important to have patience! I was also told that the best way to learn a new language is to start to think in that language as much as possible. In time I found this to be true, I would be lying in bed reciting words and phrases and suddenly realise what I was doing! One thing for sure is you have to be confident when trying to speak another ...


        A travel blog entry by yisouthamerica on Oct 08, 2015

        1 comment, 23 photos

        ... accounting system.

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        At the same site, Mr. Pereira showed us a raised platform that attracts pilgrims during the celebration of the winter solstice, who raise their hands to receive the first rays of winter sunlight.

        We then visited a syncretic Catholic shrine to ...

        On Meditation and Mindfulness

        A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Sep 22, 2015

        ... now was the time. There are a few components to the ten day experience. First, the code of conduct. There is a completely vegan diet (the commitment to no killing is taken seriously), and no intoxicants (alcohol, caffeine, etc.). There is also no cell phones, no reading, and no journaling. They hope to remove the stimuli from your mind so that you can focus completely. Men are separated from women and there is a simple dress code. These things were by far the easiest part. ...

        Border Crossing from hell

        A travel blog entry by goldsack on Apr 13, 2015

        32 photos

        ... find a 20 foot container with the Aduana in it. Hard to find and as it turned out harder to get past. Colin's bike with Bolivian plates was free to go. RG's bike with foreign plates caused some concern. While waiting for something to happen a german motorcyclist came back to the Aduana. He had been sent away the day before and told to return on the maņana. We got a sinking feeling at that point. Sure enough Robin had to return next day.
        Nice Hotel Panatal 2 km down the ...

        Dakar and much more

        A travel blog entry by goldsack on Jan 20, 2015

        13 photos

        ... La Higuera (where Che was executed), Sucre (The Capital city and a lovely place to visit), Potosi (The site of the silver mine that made the Spaniards so wealthy in the 1600’s), Uyuni (Dakar base), Tahua (Hotel made of Salt on the edge of the salt pan), Oruro (because it was on the way).

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