Hotel Lp Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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... by a small dinosaur/huge lizard. It was over a metre long and just sitting there calmly flicking its forked tongue at me. This is what you see when you don't announce your arrival with a machete. On our return to Santa Cruz we headed straight to the bus station to catch our bus to Sucre. When we'd booked it a couple of days earlier we thought we'd got a decent deal of £17 each for the overnight bus. Arriving at the stance, the obvious differences in the ...
... around their indoor swimming pool. We went out at night to get some money out and have a late dinner. The only thing open for food was a Bolivian fast food chain called "Toby's". **** burgers and cold chips. Great start to the **** Bolivian food. As we left the restaurant, we spotted a funny sight. A security guard was sitting outside the ATM's. He was plain dressed, with a full balaclava on, looking as though he was ready to rob or rape you. We had just earlier been ...
... can walk up to stall and buy a stick of dynamite for £1,50. Upon arrival at the mine we warily made our way to the entrance, hopping around the areas where the mine had previously caved in, eventually we made it to an ominous door like object that led us into the mountain and into the darkness. We switched on our headlamps and made our way steadily through the mine, following the flow of the deep, muddy water around our feet, the ceiling was constantly changing height - at ...
... the sum of $31) solely to serve as a day room during my 14 hours in Santa Cruz -- a necessary stopover en route to Antarctica via Ushuaia, Argentina, because shockingly there are no flights from La Paz to Buenos Aires, the hub for domestic flights in Argentina.
Originally my stopover in Santa Cruz was going to be a day and a half (one night) but when I had to push back my departure from home by two days, I had to slice one day off the itinerary from both La ...
We crossed the border to Quijarro on the 25th, which was made up of dirt roads, some horse drawn carts and a few stores. A bit more ram shackle than Brazil, but not vastly different at first site. The good thing is now 14 Bolivian is equal to one pound. Yipppeeee!! We are rich! Also time for me to be more confused with having to learn Spanish. I am struggling with trying to remember and understand new words. We did a count of what I learnt in Portuguese... 5 freaking ...