Hotel Lp Santa Cruz
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... required number of passengers to assemble and we were ushered to a battered Toyota estate, typical of taxis in Bolivia. The fact there were five of us didn't really register when Edgar shotgunned the front seat. Like a gentleman I allowed the two Spanish girls and a bloke in to the car before me. Turned out I would be sitting in the front seat after all - Sharing, cheek-to-cheek with Edgar. The three hour journey on Bolivian Roads was every bit as uncomfortable as ...
... for over an hour (we tried to rescue it).
My birthday was my last day in the park and I worked in quarantine for few hours before heading the quarantine - helping take the monkeys out, playing with them and helping Or repare some things. When we got to Tigre citronella had leaked out of the insect repellant we had in the bag in case andi needed it and it sent Tigre insane running around and jumping on things and then finally refusing to walk.She didnt want us to go ...
... to complete the stop. At one point I decided that I was going to count the number of people getting on the bus that supposedly sat 51. Wouldn't you know it, I counted 56 people and then there were the additional children that sat on laps... all in all about 70 people on the bus. I wonder how much extra weight 19 people make. Let us not forget the potatoes that also accompanied us. One lady must have loaded about 1000 pounds (a real estimate) ...
... the the pool. A little overcast it was still nice and muggy and a very tempting opportunity to either dunk my wife or jump in myself. If it wasn't for our dinner appointment I would have accidentally pushed her in. She was spared by the clock.
Erlan arrived and it was off for our final moments in paradise. We took the long way around town so that Erlan could show ...
... the only visitors in the huge resort, which made it a bit eerie, but we had fun anyway, and left around 6.30 to have a small meal and even smaller drink before our 10 hour bus journey. The bus station was crazily crowded and chaotic, as bus stations always are, and we were very glad we only had our little bags to look after. I wasn't feeling well, so was a little worried about the journey, and though we all survived, the toilet was worthy of its own bog ...