Hotel Lp Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... the mall more easier instead of trouble small of the bus.
I am mooding to be lazy today. Just sitting on the patio of upper Lorca Lounge. It's very nice view of September 24 Plaza. this time not hungry, just do my ******** order Brocheta de Pollo la Barbacoa to kill the times. Having the beers.
that was genius fantastic food! I'm gladly not devour it. Let my chew motions tasty so great!
after 8:30PM, I'm ...
... we could walk standing up straight no problem and at others we would be crawling on all fours. It was an amazing experience, we were all completely drained from walking through these mines for 5 minutes at a time, whilst the miners would storm through and dig for minerals for 8 hours at a time, some being as young as 15. We had a great time trekking through, meeting miners and getting a history of the mine itself, a very humbling experience - these miners earn roughly $300 a month which is ...
... huge downpour and the streets were flooded almost instantly so we took refuge in the Cathedral and waited for it to die down... for two hours. Still, it killed some time and was welcomingly relaxing.
In the evening, while passing the time by indulging in a few beers, it occurred to us that the overnight bus couldn't be 9pm to 6am the next day since, according to the Lonely Planet, it was meant to be about 20 hours long, so it would probably get to the ...
... hours. With the glorious Bolivian countryside to admire, passing conversations with fellow passengers eager to pass the time and a staring contest with a 4 year old Mennonite kid, I barely noticed the passage of time. I couldīve been suffering from delirium and in need of urgent medical attention, but at that point, I just didnīt care.
As we roled into the Santa Cruz terminal, I couldnīt help feeling Iīd accomplished something. I an the fellow passengers had endured dodgy ...
... to climb up on a few and take some pics. From there we went to this town where they extract the salt for export purposes. It looked like snow so I made a salt angel and there was a museum made out of salt that housed salt sculptures of animals such as a lama and condor. The Inca animals. From there we moved on to the salt desert where you can see these mounds of salt. This is to make it easier to pick up the salt for export. Before lunch we got to take some crazy photos with our ...