Hotel Lp Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... our last day that we escaped for a canoe ride on the lake and a short wander through the forest to find some wildlife'. It turned out most of the wildlife you see is from the main house, where a tapir, pecary and capybara hang out. A family of spider monkeys also kept us entertained constantly, initially as very cute 'guests' to watch outside but then they started to break into the kitchen to steal food any time our backs were turned. This led to lots of chasing them round ...
... Sam it was cigarettes, coke (the drink, not the drug) , ice cream and wine. It was an unbelievably hard week (especially during San Ignacio where an ice cream would have gone down so well in the heat and there was a stall selling organically grown local Amazonian chocolates) but we did survive, leaving us vulnerable to relapse in Santa Cruz. True to our style, we were staying in a cheap hotel where we'd managed to talk the owner down from 50 bolivianos per night to 20 ...
... lunch and see what World Cup game was on. We watched the game, had some beers, cake and of course lunch. We wandered through a bit of a kids fair, complete with fairy floss, jumping castles and merry go rounds that were hand pushed. Funny but cool. When Nicky arrived later in the evening we went out for dinner, to a local place and had some of the best milanessa's we've had since Argentina and some homemade lemonade well worth mentioning. The next day was also spent eating and catching ...
... locally around 30 years ago, the Flotel can accommodate up to 36 passengers. However, on our trip we are the only passengers and our company for the next three days includes Nico, the young German captain, who came to South America as a backpacker seven years ago and has never gone home; and five crew members; the pilot Juan Carlos, two seamen Michael and Bambi, the cook Carmen and the domestic help Tenchi; and the captain’s friend David, a young student ...
... than later.
And so, the bus to Santa Cruz. For those of you who havenīt sense my fear and anxiety about this trip in previous blogs/Facebook posts Iīll explain why.
First off, itīs not a very popular route. Anyone travelling to Bolivia on business would invariably take the 2 hour flight to Santa Cruz. QUick, efficient and not too pricey. For the rest of us there is cattle class, meaning the buses have seen better days. Mainly days like the fall of the Berlin Wall, ...