Hotel Victoria Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
After an 8-hour bus ride and a trip to some of South America's most questionable bathrooms we arrived in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Cochabamba's laid back vibrancy is totally unlike the chaotic assault on the senses that is La Paz. This is no more evident than in the city's people. From our energetic Spanish Instructor Toni to my legendary host father Pepe (more on him later) the people of Cochabamba represent an ...
... s near an American school, or at least that's what I remember from looking at a map the previous day. He seems to know of one but my use of the word escuelar (school) is confusing him. He thinks it might be collegio, and indeed there is a Tiquipaya collegio, but we drive past, me saying I don't think it looks American enough. We end up next to Tiquipaya town square roped off for some Sunday festivities and eventually stop at a taxi office in the hope they ...
Last day, hurray! Dry too so Anya & I got everything
done in good time – finally a day with no major dramas and finally Wily agreed
to let her stroke him so she was more optimistic about the days to come without
me to help.
Had a short lunch in order to do some last chance photography
and got some shots of the squirrel ...
Another very cold night - had to sleep in several layers and
hat and gloves again! Stupid squirrel monkeys had thrown away the blankets we gave
them and sat shivering om the branches.
Anya not well so a tough day especially as some didn’t want
to leave their cages and had to work around them – doing the family on my own,
with all 4 wanting to jump on me was a challenge!
Still tired after yesterday and before ...
The useless sack of **** got moved to another team and Vito's day off, so just Anya and me to get things done - was a big rush but much easier and calmer all around – still had the usual marauding troupes of capuchins attacking in a 3 way pincer movement and a few sneaky agoutis and squirrel monkeys dropping in for a feed, but the wild coatis, who had come in a big group yesterday, thankfully didn’t show and the **** eating tortoises ...