Hotel Rurrenabaque

Address: C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C. Vaca Diez S/N, Rurrenabaque, is near El Fuerte de Samaipata.
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    Travel Blogs from Rurrenabaque

    Day 4 we go to the pampas

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 23, 2015

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    ... we had made it was quite funny. We took the boat for about an hour back to Rurrenabaque. It was really misty on the river and half the mountains were covered in a mist. We got back to town and just had 10 minutes to swap over vehicle and we then grabbed a pastry from a French cafe which had been recommended to us. Really cheap and delicious. We then jumped into the car and off we went on our 2 1/2 hour journey into the pampas. On the way we stopped as we saw a ...

    Day 3 in the jungle

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 21, 2015

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    ... to get out haha. So finally I went to sleep again. At 6am we all woke to our nets falling into our faces. Ana had got up to go to the toilet and then walked into the wire holding our nets up, the wire broke and the nets collapsed on us. Everyone got a bit of a fright but kept sleeping for half an hour more. We got up at 6.30 and got dressed to go and walk to the place where we could see macaws flying above us. We were in the valley where we had overlooked the afternoon before. ...

    Day 2 in the jungle

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 20, 2015

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    ... point. On the way up we came across a tree that has a poisonous sap. It was called a soleman tree. A local women in a town near the guide committed suicide. She drank one tea spoon of the sap and she died, it rots your intestines. He said the indigenous people used to put it in the river to get the fish to eat it and then within 10 minutes they would gut them so that the poison wouldn't spread. Then they would eat the fish. We got up to a beautiful viewing point to see the macaws. ...

    To the jungle day 1

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 18, 2015

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    ... how they use different plants for medicines. The roots of the papaya tree have a sap that they say can neutralise the venom of a snake bite. There were various other trees that he said people would boil the bark pieces and drink. One story was that there were a couple who had 10 children and they didn't want to have any more children. So in order to become sterile the women had to drink this tea made from the bark of the tree for one month. We saw one tree that had a ...

    Welcome to the Jungle

    A travel blog entry by lukas.g on May 04, 2015

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    Rurrenabaque, or more specifically the Pampas (wetlands), have been one of the greatest experiences of my life.

    We took a horribly bumpy and dusty 3 hour car-ride on a dirt track to the place where we would switch the car for a boat, and travel a further 2 hours upstream to our lodge. The lodges were very basic, providing electricity only for a few hours after sunset, enough for us to charge our phones and cameras (not that you could use your phone - the only area of reception ...